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Hannah Morrill Wins Women of the Future Award

Hannah Morrill, Class of 2009, who is an Associate Partner at global consultancy Bain & Company, was selected as one of the new generation of trailblazers in Britain at a glitzy ceremony last month.

Her job involves advising investors how they can best use their money to have a positive impact – whether that is in renewables, sustainable fashion, alternative proteins, or all the other things needed to save our planet

She received the ESG Award (Environmental, Social and Governance) in recognition of both her current work in energy transition and sustainability investing, decarbonisation and driving Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Bain, as well as her future ambitions to drive sustained change on these topics.

Hannah says: “I am really proud to have won the ESG award at the 2022 Women of the Future Awards. I feel very grateful for all the support and opportunities that I have been provided both in my career and in my personal life. I grew up surrounded by strong women and inspiring role models, and I had a relatively un-constrained view on what I could achieve in life (thank you very much LEH!).

“I know that I am very privileged to be in that position and a big part of my motivation is to make sure I use that privilege (and the platform of this Award!) to drive as much positive impact as possible while lifting up those less privileged too.  

“I am also excited – we have a lot of work to do to tackle climate change and to ensure our world is one where all communities can thrive – but I am starting to see the green shoots of progress and am hopeful that our trajectory is positive. It was wonderful to meet so many inspiring and impressive women at the Awards who are all driving critical impact across our society and continuing to break down the barriers that remain for women in their fields.”

The Women of the Future Awards were established in 2006 to recognise the inspirational stars of tomorrow across a range of sectors. There are 15 categories in the Awards, including arts and culture, entrepreneur, media, sport and science. They are open to all women aged 35 or under.

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