QSA Director Judith Moran picked up the Outstanding Individual Achievement award the Charity Times Awards last night.
After being highly commended for CEO of the Year at the Third Sector awards two weeks ago, invited to attend the ceremony as a guest of Charity Times.
The Outstanding Individual Achievement award is determined by sector consultation and deliberation between judges, and recognises a person who has demonstrated dedication, professionalism, and integrity throughout their career, and who has produced an identifiably profound effect on the sector through their work.
"It feels hard to put into words how proud I feel at being presented with this award. This year is the 150th birthday of Quaker Social Action.
I’m thrilled – and somewhat amazed – that my tenure here has been for a tenth of that! My ability to contribute at QSA is enriched by the learning I gain from being a trustee of two other amazing charities; Cripplegate Foundation and the Equality Trust.
I see my role in all three organisations as being to collaborate, to listen, learn and co-create the change we want to see in the world. To be honoured with this award, when I feel it is such a privilege to do what I do, is a wondrous thing."
We pass on our congratulations to all of the nominees and winners on a fantastic evening.