Future Leaders Awards with Women in the City
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FUTURE LEADERS AWARD 2017 WITH WOMEN IN THE CITY
Mark Husband had the honour of being a panel judge for Women in the City's prestigious Future Leaders Award. Mark is pictured here presenting a finalist award to Dessy Ohanians, Managing Director of Executive Education at London School of Business & Finance (LSBF).
"We are always keen to support initiatives that promote diversity and inclusion," said Mark. "The Future Leaders Award aligns itself beautifully with our Leading Women Lawyers initiatives, promoting gender diversity and wider inclusion in law firms, and our wider CSR theme for this year, 'Value Difference', so we were delighted to be invited to be a partner. It was a great night, it was an honour to be among those who have achieved so much, and all of those shortlisted for the Award will no doubt be helping their companies to achieve and maintain global recognition in a few short years."
Congratulations to Dr Jane Cunningham, Leadership Fellow/Infectious Diseases and Microbiology Specialty Registrar, Health Education England, winner of the Future Leaders Award 2017.
The winner and finalist details can be viewed here.
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