As a key person of influence I regularly engage as a campaigner for diversity, inspiring the next generations and the voice for issues affecting the construction industry.
I am a Freedom of the City of London and a liveryman of one of the oldest liveries in London, the Worshipful Company of Plumbers.
My media presence has seen me featured in influential publications such as the Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and the New Zealand Herald. I have been interviewed on BBC 1s Breakfast and regularly participate on Roberto Perone’s Business Show on BBC 3 Counties Radio and I took part in a recent TV programme called ‘The Best House In Town’.
I am a columnist for industry publications and am frequently invited to speak at events for organisations such as the following:
UK Construction Week
PHEX (Plumbing & Heating Exhibition)
CCATF (Cross-Industry Construction Apprenticeship Taskforce)
NAWIC (National Association of Women In Construction)
NZBWN (New Zealand Business Women’s Network)
Kea NZ and the NZ High Commission
My business and I have been the finalist, runner-up and winner of 8 awards. As a multi award winner I have benefited from being catapulted into the public eye. Now Im regularly called on to be a Judge for a number of business awards.
I have an active social media presence in which I encourage and influence like-minded entrepreneurs, those looking to start a business, young people in search of career inspiration and industry peers.
“It’s incredibly satisfying to meet someone with big dreams, an amazing vision and evident leadership skills then see their dreams become a reality, watch their vision unfold and see them step comfortably into the shoes of a leader.
This is Anne Timpany.
I met Anne in 2016. She told me how On Tap Plumbers started and how she had developed her skills and expertise to create a business with a progressive ethos that was set to shake up the industry by focusing on inspired leadership, with people at the heart of the brand.
She’s also nurturing the next generation. She spoke at the BelEVE Festival to 150 girls about the options open to them. You could see the penny drop as she shared her story and the exciting possibilities of stepping into a traditional man’s world to take up a career in construction.
Anne is a changemaker and trailblazer, actively changing the way her industry operates.
I salute her. She’s one to watch”