The Volunteer of the Year Award is an opportunity for CMI to formally recognise volunteers’ outstanding achievements and contributions.
The entries have now been judged, and the inaugural competition kicks off with a stellar shortlist of incredibly committed, inspiring and driven advocates of CMI.
We are extremely proud to have the Chair of our East Midlands Regional Board included in this shortlist of outstanding volunteers. Professor Denise Skinner CMgr CCMI has given her time and expertise to the benefit of CMI and its members across a whole range of initiatives and activities. Denise has regularly been an innovator who thrives on delivering a real and positive impact.
In response to the news that she had been nominated for the award, Denise said: “I’m pleased and delighted to be shortlisted for CMI’s Volunteer of the Year. It’s a real honour to be considered for this prestigious award, and my congratulations go to others who also made the shortlist.” Denise also spoke about her passion for volunteering with CMI and said “volunteering requires commitment but is extremely rewarding in so many ways. We currently have 4 vacancies on the soon to be formed East Midlands & Eastern Board and I would encourage every member who lives or works in the region to consider applying. It is a great opportunity to develop your Board skills and/or to share your experience and expertise to the benefit of the CMI community. More reasons to volunteer with CMI can be found here”
Our whole Board is unanimous in congratulating Denise for this very well-deserved recognition of everything she has done for CMI, particularly in our region, over the last few years. The winner will be announced at the President’s Dinner 2020.
Click here to find out more about the shortlisted candidates.