Finalists announced for the Chwarae Teg Womenspire Awards 2022

14th July 2022
A leading Welsh awards ceremony, which celebrates the achievements of women across the nation, has announced its finalists for 2022.

The Chwarae Teg Womenspire Awards, headline sponsored by Vauxhall Finance, will recognise accomplishments from all walks of life. Finalists will inspire future generations, with their success being showcased through the following award categories:

  • Community Champion, sponsored by Tiny Rebel
  • Community Connector – recognising a woman with a learning disability, sponsored by Mencap Cymru
  • Entrepreneur, sponsored by Development Bank of Wales
  • Gender Equality Champion
  • Leader, sponsored by Business in Focus
  • Learner, sponsored by The Open University in Wales
  • Rising Star, sponsored by Target
  • Woman in Health and Care, sponsored by HEIW
  • Woman in Sport, sponsored by Sport Wales
  • Woman in STEM, sponsored by ABPI
  • FairPlay Employer – for organisations working towards making gender equality a reality, sponsored by Hodge

Details of all the deserving Chwarae Teg Womenspire Award finalists can be viewed at: www.chwaraeteg.com/finalists.

Now in their seventh year the awards will, for the first time ever, become a hybrid event. They will take place on 29 September at the Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay, while Womenspire’s media partner, ITV Cymru Wales, will simultaneously broadcast the ceremony online via its Face Book Live and Twitter.

The event has only been run ‘virtually’ for the last two years due Covid -19, but will be back with a bang – with Andrea Byrne hosting an epic night of inspirational stories and entertainment.

Womenspire is an awards ceremony like no other. Finalists are recognised for achievements from all aspects of life and from across Wales, yet they all have something very much in common – they have all gone above and beyond to make a real positive difference to their own lives and the lives of others. We want to shine a light on their remarkable accomplishments, as they can so often go unnoticed. At Chwarae Teg we want to applaud what they’ve done and hold them up as role models.

“It feels extra special this year as our finalists will be able to join us in person while a virtual audience of thousands will get to share the evening with us from the comfort of their own homes or workplaces

Cerys Furlong
Chief Executive, Chwarae Teg