Intelligent Health’s Marketing Director — Katherine Knight — has been recognized for her impact in encouraging tens of thousands of women to become more active in the National Venus Awards.
The Venus Awards aim to celebrate the vital contribution that women in business make to the local, regional, and national economy. At an awards ceremony on 12 July, more than 90 finalists who had won regional awards earlier in the year came together to see if they be named as winners in any of the national categories.
Katherine Knight had previously won Influential Woman of the Year in the Thames Valley’s inaugural Venus Awards for her work at Intelligent Health encouraging communities across the UK to get moving as well as at the Football Association to make women’s football the top female sport in the country.
Speaking about receiving the award, Katherine Knight, said: “I am thrilled to have received this award which recognises people who have worked to create a more level playing field. It was great to hear inspirational stories of other work around the country and feel part of positive change.”
We have a fantastic team at Intelligent Health and have created a programme that helps thousands of women to build activity into their daily lives. I am so proud of what we have achieved and very grateful to receive this recognition nationally.”
Tara Howard, Venus Awards founder also said. ”I’d like to add a personal thank you to each of our awesome awards sponsors, many of whom keep supporting us year after year. Their generosity makes the Venus Awards possible. It’s so heartening to see that more and more businesses of all sizes recognise the contribution that women can and do make to the success of business in UK.”