Bold by Veuve Clicquot 2020 recognizes Bold female leaders!
Finalists announced for the Bold Woman Award & the Bold Future Award

Bold by Veuve Clicquot is a global initiative celebrating successive generations of audacious female leaders, the modern evolution of the Business Woman Award which was the first and remains the longest-running international award of its kind. The winners of the Australian edition of the Bold Woman Award and the Bold Future Award presented by Veuve Clicquot, will be announced at a ceremony at the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday 31 March.

Veuve Clicquot today announced the names of the finalists shortlisted for the Bold Woman Awards 2020.

Bold Woman Award 2020 finalists:
- Kristy Chong - Founder & CEO, Modibodi
- Nicole Livingstone OAM - Head of Women's Football, AFL
- Katherine McConnell - Founder & CEO, Brighte


Bold Future Award 2020 finalists:
- Jessica Christiansen-Franks & Lucinda Hartley - Co-Founders, Neighbourlytics
- Manuri Gunawardena - Founder & CEO, HealthMatch
- Juliette Murphy - CEO & Co-Founder, FloodMapp

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