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Win-win for JCT600 at Inspiring Automotive Women Awards

JCT600 is delighted to reveal that two of its inspiring colleagues have been named as award-winners at this year's Inspiring Automotive Women Awards.

The Awards, run by the Automotive 30% Club, aim to recognise female colleagues in the automotive industry. The unique aspect to these particular awards, however, is that the winners are nominated by their peers and colleagues in the first place.

Thirty-one winners have been named this year, with Stacey Laing - Group TPS Manager - and Amy Williamson - Front of House Manager at JCT600 Aston Martin - among the selection.

So what did the judges have to say about the winners? Well, despite Amy's recent arrival in the industry, the "speed that she has progressed is purely down to her hard work, flair and determination." On top of that, she is "always looking at ways to be involved in promoting the automotive industry as a great career choice for women," and her original nominator added, "Amy inspires me every single day and I feel truly honoured and humbled to have been able to play a small part in her career path."

Stacey is described by judges as "an inspirational leader" who "cultivates an environment where colleagues feel comfortable sharing not only their progress but also their pains." She's also commended for "actively recruiting female apprentices" and she's a proactive support to the Auto 30% Club's outreach activities.

Her nominator added, "I'm in awe of her permanent energy" and "I cannot think of another woman...that deserves this award more than she does."

Just like the judges and nominators, we're also in awe of Stacey and Amy, and would like to congratulate them and the award-winners from around the motor industry on their wonderful achievement!

Added: 12 January 2021

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