Bridge Clerk Sue Threader has been shortlisted in the Institute of Directors’ London and South Director of the Year Awards 2019.
The awards were open to all directors from the private, public and voluntary sectors across the whole region.
Sue Threader is one of four people shortlisted in the Director of the Year – Third Sector category. She said: “To be listed in the top four for my sector across such a large geographical area is a real honour, not just for me but for the whole team at the Rochester Bridge Trust.”
The other three finalists are Jonathan Spiers of Autistica, James Harrison of Involve Community Services, and John Bakker of National Association for People Abused in Childhood.
The winners – who will automatically be entered into the UK awards – will be announced at a ceremony on 20th June 2019. For more information see the IoD website.