FTA everywoman finalists revealed

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The names of the 2016 FTA everywoman in transport and logistics awards finalists have been revealed.


The finalists include:

Rising Star of the Year Award

Awarded to a woman aged under 30 who is excelling in her career.

Jodie Hartley,

Transport Operations Manager,


from Hatfield


Amy McNamara,

Transport FLM,

DHL Primark,

from Northampton


Rachel Beckett,

Coaching Team Leader,

Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company,

from Brighton & Hove


Driver of the Year Award

Awarded to a woman who is excelling in her role as a driver including HGV, van, motorcycle or passenger transport.

Amiee Leeson,

HGV Driver,

XPO Logistics,

from Worcester


Kirsty Sando,

Driver Manager,

Heathrow Express,

from London


Loretta Taylor,

PCV Driver,

Oxford Bus Company,

from Oxford


The Warehousing Award

Awarded to a woman who is excelling in her role within a warehousing environment.

Emma Buckley,

Lead Team Manager,


from Stoke-on-Trent


Lynsey McIntosh,

Operations Director,

Oakland International,

from Redditch – Worcestershire


Helen Page,

Team Manager,


from Birmingham


Innovation & Sustainability Award

Awarded to a woman who is implementing an innovative operational solution (technologies and processes) that is changing the industry in a positive way.


Rebecca Crow,

Customer Experience Advisor,

FedEx Express,

from London


Jennifer Henderson,

Tunnels and Major Projects Engineer,

Transport for London,

from London


Katherine Trauth,


LNG Marine Fuel Projects,

Shell, from London


“The different roles that the finalists of the FTA everywoman Transport & Logistics Awards 2016 really do demonstrate the diversity of our sector,” said FTA chief executive David Wells. “There is no doubt that there is often a public misconception about what transport and logistics actually delivers, and recruiting women into our industry suffers as a result.”

A full list of the finalists can be found here:


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