Irish Tatler’s Women of the Year 2020
Meet the 12 winners of this year’s awards, representing the range of female achievement in Ireland today
First staged in 2001, the Women of the Year Awards has a legacy of recognising Irish women’s achievements, pushing boundaries each year to spotlight remarkable vision and to spark urgent conversations surrounding Irish women’s place in society, in the workplace and the wider world
Under normal circumstances, recent weeks would have been spent preparing to celebrate our winners at a gala event, but little about this year has been normal. Selected by...
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