Boston are delighted to announce that Ruth Robinson, Director and Head of Boston Family Office has been shortlisted for the Citywealth Power Women Awards in two categories of “Woman of the Year: Leadership (Professional Services)” and “Champion of the Year: Mentoring”.
The Power Women awards were introduced by Citywealth to champion women in the wealth sector and highlight the female leaders of today and tomorrow. They aim to identify individual females and companies who support care giving responsibilities, female leadership and celebrate diversity in order to maximise the potential of women in the wealth sector. The awards recognise individuals and companies who maximise the potential of women in wealth and also create a platform for best practice to collectively exercise positive social influence on the sector.
As Group Director and head of the Boston Family Office, Ruth is steward to three generations of the founding family; the lynchpin that ensures the entire business is focused upon satisfying their wider needs and providing highly specialised guidance to ensure succeeding generations flourish.
Ruth is married with two children and spends a lot of her spare time managing their vast array of interests.
Ruth Robinson commenting on being shortlisted has said; “I am thrilled to have been shortlisted for the Citywealth Power Women Awards. Women play an instrumental role at Boston and we feel it is extremely important to promote the development and role of female management. As such, I am delighted to have been recognised as a leading role model to women in business.”
Commenting on Ruth’s shortlisting, Katherine Ellis Group Director at Boston stated; “Ruth is a tremendous leader and asset to the Boston Group, a qualified accountant and a dear friend. We’re all very proud of her achievements and this fitting recognition of her successes in her career.”
Online voting is now open and ends on 28th November 2014, with the winners being announced at a prestigious dinner in London on 22nd January 2015. The winners will be those found to have demonstrated individual success as women in business, including financial competence, business growth or have mentored or championed women.
To vote for Ruth please click on the following link;