CMI's volunteers are incredible people, who are committed to supporting us to increase the number and standard of professionally qualified managers and leaders – and we're looking to celebrate all that they do.
Become the next Volunteer of the Year
Is this you...
Do you hold a position on the CMI or IC Regional Board, Hub or other board and committee and have demonstrated CMI's values? Have you shown a high level of commitment, dedication, leadership and impact that has delivered against CMI's strategic objectives? Then you could be our next Volunteer of the Year.
Terms & Conditions
|6th October 2020||Entries open|
|1st June 2021||Competition closes|
|21st June 2021||Shortlist announced|
|November 2021||Winner announced|
Our 2021 Shortlisted Entries
Our shortlisted candidates have made a huge impact to our volunteer community and we are proud to celebrate them.
Paulina Chan CMgr CCMI
Chair, Hong Kong Board
Katie Kelly MCMI
CMI Women Hub Lead, London Board
Gary Metcalfe CMgr FCMI FIC
HE Education Advisor, Wales Board
Nina Murray CMgr FCMI
Communications & Social Media Lead, South West Board
Catherine Myszka CMgr MCMI
Deputy Chair and Diversity & Inclusion Lead, East Midlands & Eastern Board
Taranjeet Singh CMgr FCMI
Chair, Malaysia Board
Jo Strain FCMI
Board Secretary, South East Board
The 2020 Award Winner...
Denise Skinner CMgr CCMI
Chair, CMI East Midlands & Eastern Regional Board
Denise is an inspiring leader who lives by the CMI values and code of conduct, and through her authentic leadership style, instils this in others.
She has given her time and expertise to the benefit of CMI across a whole range of initiatives and activities, and in many cases has been an innovator delivering a real and positive impact. Through her work she is inspiring the leaders, Chartered Managers and Companions of the future. There could be no better ambassador for CMI, its brand and vision.
I’m honoured and delighted to receive this award. For me, volunteering with the CMI has been a great way to actively contribute to the business community and to the development of the future leaders of our organisations. I have thoroughly enjoyed being involved and would encourage others to consider volunteering.
This is an opportunity to celebrate and thank our volunteers for all the work that they do which helps us to increase our activity and raise awareness of CMI in the community. I'd like to extend a very big personal thank you to CMI's volunteers from myself and my colleagues, but also from our members and partners - without you, CMI would not be the successful body it is.
Volunteering opportunities extend down from being President to a place on our Board of Trustees through to running a regional board. If you don't have time for such a big commitment why not get involved with mentoring, helping to organise an event, or even just posting out some social media messages for your Regional Board? Volunteers of all ages across various levels and sectors are key to ensure a rich mix of ideas and input.