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RWMs Samantha King, Head of Requirements and Programme, has been recognised as an equality and inclusion Senior Champion of the Year at the Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion (ENEI) 2019 awards.
She was credited for playing a key role in driving forward RWMs focus and strategy on enhancing equality, diversity, and inclusion, through structured surveys, engagement, and tailored action plans.
Samantha King said:
I am passionate about helping to create environments which enable everyone to realise their potential - and the importance of self-belief and empowering others.RWM is focused on enhancing equality, diversity and inclusion and I am thrilled that my personal role has been recognised with the 2019 Award for Equality & Inclusion Senior Champion of the Year award.
ENEI is the UKs leading employer network covering all aspects of equality and inclusion in the workplace.
The Awards recognise the commitment of organisations in achieving diverse and inclusive workplaces and celebrate the teams and individuals who are really making a difference.
A special mention also goes to Dr Liam Payne, Research Manager at RWM, representing our Mental Health volunteers, who was shortlisted for the ENEI Wellbeing award for leading initiatives to promote mental health at work.