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About Jacqueline Hughes-Lundy

Jacqueline also organises corporate events. With clients ranging from Canada Life International to Coutts Bank and The Christie to Close Invoice Finance. In 1993, she established the Inspiring Women Awards which she still organises.

Her public appointments have included: Board member for the Millennium Quarter Trust, which included Board responsibility for The National Football Museum moving into the Urbis building in Manchester. Appointed to the Advertising Standards Authority’s Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice as a ‘consumer expert’ on advertising regulatory policy matters. Chair of the ITC’s Viewers Consultative Council for the Granada region.

Jacqueline’s research specialisms are food and drink experiences.