St Albans business coach wins international award
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An Australian-based mum-of-two from St Albans flew more than 10,000 miles to collect a prestigious award celebrating mothers in business.
Alison Callan, who grew up in St Albans and is an ex-pupil of Loreto College, now lives in Brisbane, Australia, but returned home to collect the MPower award in the 'international' category. She is a global business, clarity and success coach to female entrepreneurs.
At an awards ceremony in Birmingham, the judges praised her focus on uniting and collaborating with other female entrepreneurs from across the world.
Mpower Business Awards Gala looks to celebrate mums taking their first successful steps in business.
Alison said: "Being in business is challenging, being a mum is challenging.
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"Changing the world through business because you are a mum and want to make the world a better place because you are driven and inspired through that process, is incredible."
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