The Chief Executive of the Rochester Bridge Trust has been shortlisted in the Charity Times Awards, the pre-eminent celebration of best practice in the UK charity and not-for-profit sector.
Sue Threader is one of seven finalists in the Principal of the Year category.
She said: “This is the second time I have been shortlisted in this category and it is an honour to have my efforts recognised among such an impressive list of national finalists.”
The Rochester Bridge Trust is an historic charity with a forward-thinking outlook. Since her appointment more than a decade ago, Sue has transformed the organisation, expanding its education programme and reviewing long-term planning to ensure a bridge will continue to be provided to the public – for free – for many more hundreds of years.
The six other people shortlisted in the category are: Sophie Andrews, The SilverLine Helpline; Jonathan Douglas, National Literary Trust; Alex Ford, Pancreatic Cancer UK; Angela Hughes, Welsh Air Ambulance Charitable Trust; Anna Smee, UK Youth; and Kirsty Smith, CBM UK.
Winners will be announced at a gala dinner in London on 4th October. See www.charitytimes.com/awards for further information.