Women in Business Announces New Chair

Women in Business is delighted to announce the appointment of Caroline Neadley as its new Chair.

Caroline is a Partner at Rollits Solicitors in Hull and has specialised in employment law for 20 years.  A long-standing member of the networking organisation, she says she is proud to take on the role for the second time. 

“As I take over as Chair of Women in Business for 2024, my mission for my tenure will be making sure I do everything I can to support women in their careers in our region.  This will be my commitment throughout the year and we are planning some excellent events including business networking, training and supportive welfare events for our members and guests.

“This year will also see our bi-annual Women of Achievement Awards for 2024.  We are very excited to be in the planning stages for this fabulous event.  The awards have always been an inspirational platform to raise the profile of women making great strides in their careers, not only for personal fulfilment but to benefit our region.  I am thrilled that Women in Business will have the opportunity to showcase their achievements again this year.”

”I would also like to take this opportunity to thank last year’s Chair, Karen Newton.  Karen delivered a hugely successful year of events, with the pinnacle being our charity luncheon focussing on safeguarding women in our region and hearing from the inspirational Lisa Squires, mother of Libby Squires.“

Caroline Neadley, Chair

Caroline will be supported in her role by Deputy Chair, Tracey Dennison, Aesthetic and Wellness Consultant Nurse Practitioner at East Riding Aesthetics & Wellness. 

Women in Business, which has almost 100 members, supports and encourages inspiring decision-making women in Hull, East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire.  Caroline continued:

“Look out for news about upcoming events on our website and social media channels.  You can find us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and X (formerly Twitter).  We will also be circulating more information about the launch of the Women of Achievement Awards and how you can nominate someone you know or nominate yourself!”

Women in Business is a not-for-profit organisation that offers a unique blend of professionalism and sociability, providing support, friendship and networking to its members.