Katie Perry shortlisted for Charity Times Award

12 June 2013 | News news

Our very own Katie Perry, CEO of the Daphne Jackson Trust since 2011, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Charity Times ‘Rising CEO Star’ Award.

Since Katie’s appointment, the Daphne Jackson Trust has flourished. It has grown into a forward-looking organisation that today, is the UK’s major supporter of researchers returning to scientific careers after a prolonged break. With Katie’s dedication and vision, the Trust’s impact and influence is set to grow further still.

We look forward to hearing the outcome of the awards which will be announced at a gala dinner in October.

Good luck Katie!

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