Lyndsey Lee announced as Winner of Virtual Assistant of The Year at the 2021 Digital Women Awards
The Digital Women Awards celebrates women from their community and beyond who are doing incredible work in digital and business. At the 2021 Awards, entrants were also judged on their ability to pivot their businesses and help others in need in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown. The Digital Women Awards are open to any and all women working in digital industries and entrepreneurship, and entrants go through a rigorous judging process by their esteemed panel.
Lucy Hall, Director of Avviso Media and Founder of Digital Women, said:
“We are really excited to once again celebrate all of the incredible women going over and above and doing truly amazing things in the digital space. This is a particularly important time to celebrate businesswomen, entrepreneurs and all people in digital industries, as the pandemic has been transforming the digital space and everyone has had to pivot, change and grow in response. Our winners showcase those who are right on the forefront of digital: those who are an inspiration and are paving the way for other women in their industries. I’m so glad we get to recognise all of these fantastic achievements from our community and beyond at the Digital Women Awards 2021.”
Lyndsey Lee said:
To be honest I still can’t believe I won, I was up against some amazing finalists in the category. For me being a Digital Women winner means that women can be successful in the digital world, create and run their own business, collaborate and share skills with other passionate business owners.
About Lyndsey Lee
The Idea of LCL Virtual PA came about after a conversation with my then, terminally ill father, one afternoon, when we were discussing my return to work after Maternity Leave with my second daughter. The business was born shortly after I was made redundant when trying to return to my role as a project & Production Co-Ordinator. When I started my business 3 years ago, I hadn’t anticipated just how much self-learning and education I had to do in order to compete amongst other VAs out there. Organisations like Digital Women gave me a safe place to learn and ask questions at their regular live Q&A sessions. I also found local start-up organisations helpful and held a wealth of information.
LCL Virtual PA works with a number of clients and to date has worked with over 25 businesses nationwide on a regular and Ad Hoc basis. From creating eBooks and presentations to transcription; Email Marketing and Community Management to name a few of the tasks undertaken.
In the 3 Years I have now grown a team of associates that work with me and have enabled me to take a small step back. Don’t think though that I plan on taking an easy ride, I have big plans to share the knowledge I have learnt with other women so that they know how to use the current Tech needed to succeed with their own their own business or be competitive when returning to work, so watch this space for updates.
About Digital Women
Digital Women is an online skill-sharing community where women can learn new and improve their existing digital skills, while being supported and inspired by other women. The mission of Digital Women is to inform, educate and empower as many women as possible through digital skills. We want to help close the digital skills gap and ensure women are valued and respected in the ever-growing range of digital industries. The Digital Women Awards are a celebration of the people making waves in digital and business. The 2021 Awards ceremony takes place on 25th November in London.
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