Now in their 14th year, the awards provide a platform for remarkable female talent in the UK.
Tulsi Parida, an Oxford 1+1 MBA alumna and internet and education technology professional has won the ‘MBA star’ award at the Women of the Future awards 2019 in London.
Founded by author and motivational speaker Pinky Lilani CBE DL in 2006, the awards provide a platform for remarkable female talent in the UK.
‘There were so many talented women in the room and it definitely came as a surprise when I found out I won,’ commented Parida. ‘I am grateful that the judges saw potential in me, and I look forward to being a part of this wonderful group of some of the most talented changemakers in the UK.’
‘I would like to thank Saïd Business School – my professors, course mates, mentors and the recruitment team. The staff all were instrumental in providing me with the opportunity to learn, grow and serve during my time at Oxford. I’d also like to thank all the women in my life who have cheered me on when I’ve succeeded and lifted me up when I’ve failed and felt like I couldn’t go on. Without them, I wouldn’t be here today.’