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Jo Field, one of the 100 most influential women in Westminster

Jo Field named among 100 of the most influential women in Westminster

JFG Communications is proud to announce that our Founder and Managing Director, Jo Field has today been named as one of 100 high profile women from the world of Westminster.

Women in Westminster: The 100 list celebrates the achievements and the valuable role women play in public life. It is the first annual celebration of its kind, following on from International Women’s Day. The list is produced by House Magazine, supported by Lloyds Banking Group. 

The 100, chosen by a panel of independent judges, includes key figures with extensive experience throughout Westminster and the talent to inspire the next generation. The list includes parliamentarians, civil servants, journalists, public affairs specialists, political commentators and other influencers.

In particular, Jo was recognised for our work with Women in Transport and Ruth Cadbury MP in founding the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Women in Transport.

Commenting on the accolade, Jo Field said: “I’m delighted to be named in the inaugural 'Women in Westminster: The 100' list among such talented, inspirational and influential women.

“Public affairs is a force for good because it connects people and decision makers, resulting in better policy.

“It’s great the list celebrates the important work public affairs professionals do behind the scenes in engaging audiences, powering campaigns and informing public debate.

“This is also recognition for all the hard work of the JFG Comms team.”

The 100 list is celebrated at a special reception in the House of Commons on 9 March attended by the 100, Parliamentarians and campaign patrons.

Read the full Women in Westminster: The 100 list.