G15 Ethnicity in Housing Awards 2023 - Meet the Early Housing Career Award Winner
On Thursday 25 May, the winners of the G15 Ethnicity in Housing Awards 2023 were revealed.
The G15, in collaboration with UNIFY, organised the second edition of the awards to recognise and celebrate the contribution and achievements of ethnic minority colleagues in the housing sector.
Colleagues from across the G15 were invited to make nominations for a range of awards that recognise the immense contribution of ethnic minority colleagues.
Now you can meet the winners!
Early Housing Career Award
Winner: Ohenewaa Adu-Akyeampong (Southern Housing)
Runner-up: Hemraj Kular (Clarion)
Ohenewaa was described in the nomination they received as being truly passionate about advancing in their profession, as well as supporting their local community.
They have worked to grow a professional network for British Ghanian lawyers, championing the positive impact of talented black professionals in the legal profession and beyond. Ohenewaa is also an active member of a grants advisory group, delivering projects that support communities disproportionality impacted by the pandemic.
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