Hosted at the London Hilton Park Lane, with special guest Her Royal Highness the Countess of Wessex, these prestigious awards are celebrating their 10th Anniversary. The awards were founded by Pinki Lilani CBE DL in 2006. They were conceived to provide a platform for young women in Britain. The awards unearth and recognise the inspirational stars of tomorrow across diverse sectors.
Hannah was recognised for her technical expertise in strategic asset management (SAM). She has recently fulfilled a pivotal role supporting Crown Commercial Services establish a new framework giving public sector clients access to a range of specific services including total facilities management, hard FM and soft FM services. Spend through this framework is likely to be in excess of £4bn and will save the public purse an estimated 20%.
In addition to her professional work, Hannah lectures at the University of Greenwich. She is a mentor of our candidates taking their APC - initially fulfilling this role whilst working in our Singapore office and continuing this since returning to the UK.
Whilst watching Hannah collect her award, Nour Holloway a recently joined graduate to the SAM team, commented “What a great achievement – what do I need to do to win that in five years’ time?”
"I am incredibly proud of Hannah and all that she has achieved...Hannah is a true role model for future generations.”
Stephen Hateley, Faithful+Gould Regional Managing Director
Stephen Hateley Regional Managing Director, Faithful+Gould comments "I am incredibly proud of Hannah and all that she has achieved. Typical of her modest style she was reluctant at first to be nominated but succumbed to some gentle persuasion! She has won this award on merit through a combination of hard work and natural talent. What better inspiration for our newest recruits to the business? Hannah is a true role model for future generations.”
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