International Women’s Day

This International Women’s Day NTW Solutions is celebrating the work of women and the role they play right across our company, including at the highest levels. Like wider society we have made progress towards equality but, as with wider society we have not completed that journey and so our International Women’s Day plans focus on two areas, celebrating achievements but planning what more we can do.

International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on March 8th and is a time to recognise the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. It’s also a time to raise awareness about the challenges that women still face and to advocate for gender equality. This day has been celebrated for over 100 years, and its significance has only grown as the world continues to grapple with issues related to gender equality and women’s rights.

One of the most important reasons to celebrate International Women’s Day is to raise awareness about the ongoing struggle for gender equality. Despite the many advancements that have been made, women still face numerous challenges and obstacles in their daily lives. From unequal pay and lack of representation in leadership positions to sexual harassment and gender-based violence, women continue to face significant barriers to achieving equality.

Meet our Managing Director

Tracey became our Managing Director last year after working as Deputy Managing Director and was Director of Finance since the company was established.

Meet our Director of Workforce and Engagement

Victoria became Director of Workforce and Engagement last year and has worked her way up through the our team.

Meet one of our Site Managers

Lynn manages two key sites for the company overseeing our facilities services at two busy hospitals.

Meet one of our Assistant Project Officers

Fiona has worked in various roles within the company and our shareholder organisation, Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, and now assists with the project management of our multimillion pound capital programme