Women in Rail is delighted to announce that the Women in Rail Awards 2020 will take place on the evening of Wednesday 6 May 2020 at the historic Roundhouse in Camden.
This year, the evening will be hosted by Ms Naga Munchetty, Journalist, Broadcaster and Television Presenter.
The Women in Rail Awards aim to showcase and reward individuals and companies (large and small) who have made a signiﬁcant contribution to improving gender balance, diversity and inclusion in the UK railway industry.
The event is attended by a cross section of the UK rail sector, including key stakeholders and decision makers, infrastructure providers, operators, manufacturers, rolling stock companies, technical consultancy companies and suppliers, to name a few.
Roundhouse, Camden, London
Order of Events
Music & Dance22:00
Dress Code: Black Tie and Evening Dress
Nominations for the Women in Rail Awards 2020 will open on 18 October 2019, with a closing date of 7 February 2020. Be the first to nominate and help demonstrate our industry’s commitment to supporting the Women in Rail agenda by celebrating those companies and individuals who work hard to improve gender balance, diversity and inclusion in our sector.
For more information on the Women in Rail Awards 2020, including details of this year’s judges please click here.
We look forward to seeing you at the Roundhouse on 6 May 2020!
Journalist, Broadcaster and Television Presenter
Award winning journalist and broadcaster, Naga is known and loved nationwide as one of the main presenters on Breakfast TV and can be seen on the BBC’s famous red sofa every week.
Her career as a journalist began at the Evening Standard and The Observer newspapers, and soon moved into reporting for Reuters Financial Television. Naga was named by the Asian Power List as one of the UK’s most powerful Asian females. She has presented a number of TV shows and factual documentaries and has won numerous awards.
Naga is a consummate professional and often moderates, hosts and speaks at conferences and summits around the world. The seasoned and tenacious broadcaster is comfortable in all circumstances and being a skilled interviewer, she has the ability to put her audiences at ease with her level-headed, considered, meticulous and thoughtful manner. Naga won Celebrity Mastermind. She is a keen golfer, she plays a number of musical instruments, takes part in sports challenges such as running and cycling for her chosen charities and calls herself a ‘foodie’.
In 2018, she collected ‘the ‘Media Personality of the Year’ award at the Asian Media Awards.