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Who are the 100 most connected women in Britain?

by LLB Editor
29th Sep 14 9:05 am

From the Queen to George Clooney’s wife Amal Alamuddin to Boris’ executive assistant – women from all walks of life have made it to GQ’s list of the 100 most connected women in Britain.

The categories for the list included “connector”, “influencer”, “campaigner & change agent”, “creative collaborator”,“spider” and “leader”.

Dylan Jones, editor of GQ, said: “This is a compelling review of women from different disciplines and generations each triumphing today: It may still be a man’s world but where would we be without women to lead us through it?

“I like the sheer variety this list has: Amal Alamuddin and HRH Queen Elizabeth II rank equally alongside Rebekah Brooks and Doreen Lawrence.”

Take a look at who made it to the list:

Theresa May MP, home secretary

Cara Delevingne, model, socialite

Stella Creasy MP, Labour MP for Walthamstow

Baroness Prashar CBE, deputy chair, British Council

Ann Sindall, executive assistant to Boris Johnson

Reverend Lucy Winkett, rector of St James’s Piccadilly

Esther McVey MP, minister for employment and Conservative MP, (pictured)

Amal Alamuddin, barrister, Doughty Street Chambers

Baroness Shackleton, solicitor

Alison Saunders CBE, director of public prosecutions

Jemima Khan, journalist, activist and socialite

Baroness Lawrence OBE, life peer; founder, the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

Baroness Kidron OBE, filmmaker, life peer

HRH Queen Elizabeth II

Baroness Kennedy QC

Camila Batmanghelidjh CBE, founder, Kids Company, (pictured)

Justine Simons, head of cultural policy, of London’s Office

Katie Grand, editor-in-chief, Love magazine, stylist, consultant

Mary-Kay Wilmers, editor, London Review of Books

Helen Boaden, director BBC Radio

Full list here

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