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03 January 2008
Two members of Cardiff University staff are in the running for a Leading Wales Award 2008.
Professor Julie Williams, School of Medicine and Sam Smith, chair of Cardiff University’s student-led volunteering charity Student Volunteering Cardiff, have been short listed in recognition of their unique leadership that is helping to make a difference to the lives of people living across Wales, and move their work or organisation forward.
Nominated by colleagues in the University, Professor Williams and Sam have been short listed by a panel of judges and will be joining 25 other finalists at an awards ceremony in February.
The Team Leader and Young Leader awards are two of seven categories including leadership in the public sector, in the voluntary and not-for-profit sector, in a small business, in a large corporate business, and leadership success through partnership.
Professor Williams and Sam will attend a panel interview in January and the winners will be announced at an awards lunch and ceremony on Thursday 21 February 2008. To follow their progress, visit www.leadingwalesawards.com
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