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22 August 2023

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St Hugh’s Graduate student nominated ‘Best and Brightest in the World’

Congratulations to St Hugh’s Graduate student, Eleanor Hevey (EMBA, 2020), who is one of two students representing Saïd Business School to be nominated in the Poets & Quants Brightest and Best EMBAs 2023. The award aims to shine a light on the outstanding EMBA students studying at business schools across the world who have demonstrated meaningful impact on their fields.

Described as a ‘Strategist and policy leader in climate and social impact. Driving innovative approaches in public-private impact finance’; Eleanor attributes her success: ‘As noted in my Poets and Quants feature, these past years have proved very challenging personally – navigating complex caring responsibilities, a close family bereavement and raising a young family while pushing myself professionally and on the EMBA. Embarking on the EMBA is a whole family commitment and my husband has been a huge support. The EMBA S21 and wider SBS community of women has been extraordinary – we continue to work to coach and lift each other up, champion each other’s successes and provide that real close-knit community of support. A community that I hope we will continue to foster over many years to come.’



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