Resolution announces Annual Awards finalists

Resolution has announced the finalists for its inaugural gala awards dinner set to be held later this year.

The Awards are set to be held at Church House, London, on 13th September 2023. The winners of the 10 categories – five of which are new – will be presented by Joshua Rozenberg.

In addition to eight judged categories, Resolution’s award for outstanding achievement, the John Cornwell Award will be presented on the night; as will the Members’ Choice award, with the winner being voted for by Resolution members.

The finalists:

Children’s Champion

sponsored by Our Family Wizard

Edward Cooke

Nina Hansen

Marcie Shaoul

Community Champion

Oluwapelumi Amanda Adeola

Jenna Atkinson

Dr Naheed Ghauri

Ravi Kaur Mahey

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Champion

Caroline East

Scott Halliday

Sarah Jane Lenihan

Maisie Lockyer

Innovation Champion

James Evans

Dr Naheed Ghauri

Marcie Shaoul

Susan Baldock, Rachel Chisholm, Jacqueline Marks,
Christine Plews, for The Mediation Space

Members’ Choice Award

James Evans

Graeme Fraser

Helen Robson

Regional Champion

Oluwapelumi Amanda Adeola

Angela Killa

Chris Lloyd-Smith

Ian Walker

Wellbeing Champion

Annmarie Carvalho

Laura Clapton

Matthew Richardson

Natalie Sutherland

Working in Collaboration Award

James Evans

Simon O’Connell

Susan Baldock, Rachel Chisholm, Jacqueline Marks,
Christine Plews, for The Mediation Space

YRes Rising Star

sponsored by Coram Chambers

Leanne Instrall

Lina Khanom

Felicia Munde

Anesha Pavaday

Alexandra Schippers

Colin Jones, Chief Executive, Resolution, says:

“Our first Gala Awards night is the perfect opportunity to celebrate this year’s champions of family justice. The awards are a wonderful celebration of family justice professionals and the incredible work that our members do. Resolution is the go-to organisation for anyone engaged in family work and, to mark our 40th anniversary, I can think of no better way than to recognise our members’ work across the country which promotes our Code of Practice.

From our family lawyers to our financial advisers and therapeutic professionals, we know there’s amazing work happening across the country and a commitment to Resolution’s values across the board. The awards are our chance to recognise the incredible and inspiring work being done by our members, and to celebrate those who have gone above and beyond to make a difference to the family justice landscape.”

Grant Cameron, Chair, Resolution, added:

“I would like to congratulate all of this year’s finalists for the great work they do. It has never been more important that we recognise the achievements of individuals and organisations that promote the highest professional standards in our profession. Resolution’s awards are the ultimate seal of approval for those who work with families and individuals to resolve issues in a constructive way.

Shining through all the entries this year is a commitment to our Code of Practice, innovation and dedication. The importance of what our members do day in, day out cannot be overstated, and it will be a great pleasure for us to come together and celebrate the very best talent, people and initiatives in our profession at Resolution’s Awards Gala Dinner.”

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