Our Diversity and Inclusion event in April connected over 200 bright students with world leading firms and institutions. The calibre of attendees was incredible, with these students picking up awards for their achievements. Read on to find out more.
AIG Innovation Award
The winner of this award demonstrates innovative problem-solving when faced with a challenge. Alternatively they are part of a project focused on innovation, tasked with devising and developing a new product or concept.
Winner: Alice Ly
Accenture Award for Outstanding Achievement
The winner of this award has achieved something outstanding – professionally, academically or in their extracurricular activities.
Winner: Eugene Teo Hou Han
BP Skills Award
The winner of this award has worked hard to acquire a particular skill. Perhaps they mastered a musical instrument or taught themselves a coding language, or even learnt a spoken language and became fluent in a short space of time. Whatever the talent, this individual surpassed all expectations.
Winner: Raja Khan
Charles Russell Speechleys Dedication Award
The winner of this award has demonstrated real dedication to a project. In the face of adversity, they worked hard to ensure the success of their event, project or coursework and delivered an outstanding piece of work.
Winner: George Aubrey
CII Award for Community Champion
The winner of this award has made a real impact in a community – either by volunteering abroad, working with a community organisation or taking part in a local project. They demonstrate a dedication and passion to their chosen cause
Winner: Lucia Slater
Leadership Award presented by E.ON
The winner of this award has demonstrated exceptional leadership ability – professionally, academically or in their extracurricular activities.
Winner: Elizabeth Oladunni
Insight Investment Entrepreneurial Excellence
The winner of this award has a proven track record of entrepreneurship. They have started their own business or launched a successful venture, and demonstrate perseverance, passion and a can do attitude.
Winner: Kelsey Robb
London Business School Award for Impact
The winner of this award has already made a real impact at university or in the early stages of their career. They have been recognised by an employer, society or their university for their contribution and have all the attributes of a future leader.
Winner: Hayat Mohamed
London Stock Exchange Group Stewardship Award
The winner of this award was instrumental in improving the organisation and structure of a society or group, ensuring efficiency and a better user experience. They are adept at managing resource and project management
Winner: Vanessa Odunsi
Vodafone Commercial Awareness Award
The winner of this award has shown superb commercial awareness in their career to date and the potential to achieve outstanding results in whichever commercial field they decide to pursue.
Winner: Benjamin Obinali
Well done to everyone who won awards. If you'd like to follow in these members footsteps, join us at our upcoming Bright Network events.