Jordan Brompton, co-founder and CMO of myenergi, has been named as one of this year’s Top Women in EV (infrastructure). Organised by the EV Summit, the initiative celebrates the industry’s most pioneering female figures and shines a spotlight on their outstanding achievements.
Testament to the continued success of myenergi, being named within the ‘infrastructure’ category recognises Jordan’s commitment to pioneering the future of the UK’s eco-smart domestic charging network. The judges were impressed by her inspiring leadership, unwavering work ethic and dedication to driving the company’s rapid internationalisation.
Jordan comments, “It’s a real honour to be named as one of 2023’s Top Women in EV, especially considering the incredible calibre of the other inspirational female leaders I’m joining. While it may be my name on the shortlist, this nomination is a reflection of the hard work and dedication of the entire myenergi team – who really are leading the charge in the transition to e-mobility.
“To see how far we’ve come since Lee and I founded the business in 2016 is simply breathtaking. Growing from a small team of passionate change-makers – manufacturing products by hand in a countryside workshop – to a multi-national business shipping thousands of units every week, our journey so far has been a whirlwind.
“It’s a really exciting time for myenergi, and being recognised by our industry peers is truly humbling. It gives us the reassurance that we’re challenging the status quo and motivates us to take the company to the next level.”