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Social Worker of the Year 2019 nominees unveiled

BASW is delighted our members are nominated across many categories

BASW is delighted that 15 of our members have been recognised for their outstanding work by being nominated for the Social Worker of the Year Awards 2019.

The annual awards bash will be held in London in late November and the nominee list has just been released.

There are over 16 categories, with around 50 individual social workers nominated as well as social work teams and organisations.

As one of the sponsors of the ceremony, BASW looks forward to what promises to be another special night for the social work sector with great practice celebrated.

We would especially like to congratulate the following BASW members for being nominated:

Ingrid Richardson, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust – nominated for Mental Health Social Worker of the Year

Rebecca Barrow, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust – nominated for Mental Health Social Worker of the Year

Thea Radburn, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust – nominated for Mental Health Social Worker of the Year

Denise Smalley, PAC-UK – nominated for Making a Difference

Eniola Obikoya, University of Gloucestershire – nominated for Student Social Worker of the Year

Jacqueline Wolstenholme, Anglia Ruskin University – nominated for Practice Educator of the Year

Annika Leyland-Bolton, Doncaster Council – nominated for Team Leader of the Year, Adult Services

Jack Skinner, Bradford Council – nominated for Team Leader of the Year, Adult Services

Nicola Bennett, Suffolk County Council – nominated for Team Leader of the Year, Adult Services

Ebenezer Arhin, Luton Council – nominated for Newly Qualified Adult Social Worker of the Year

Arlene McCarthy, Wiltshire Council – nominated for Children’s Social Worker of the Year

Tilly Baden, Dorset Council – nominated for Adult Social Worker of the Year

Miranda Lynn Johnson, Birmingham City Council – nominated for Championing Social Work Values

Debbie Jones, London Borough of Tower Hamlets – nominated for Lifetime Achievement Award

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