Queen Alexandra College are delighted to share that Bev Jessop, Principal & CEO, has won in the Company Leader of the Year (100+ employees) category at the West Midlands Leadership Awards 2021.
Around 180 people came together at the MacDonald Burlington Hotel in Birmingham to celebrate those shortlisted and the winners of this year’s West Midlands Leadership Awards.
The awards showcase and recognise the very best leaders and organisations across the region. Bev provides decisive leadership, steering those around her with confidence but more importantly her ethos is to trust and empower people.
Sam Metcalf, Midlands Editor of TheBusinessDesk.com, commented: “The last 18 months has meant that strong and decisive leadership is more important than ever, and we’ve found throughout this award process that the West Midlands is well served in this respect. Every single person shortlisted today should be very proud of their leadership skills – congratulations to you all.”
QAC is a national residential College and Charity that supports a diverse range of student abilities and needs. Based in Birmingham, the College provides education, training and routes to independent living and employment.
Queen Alexandra College student, Charlie, has been selected as a Games Ambassador Team Member at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games taking place this summer.
QAC has achieved the prestigious Leaders in Diversity Award from the National Centre for Diversity. The award recognises organisations going above and beyond in their commitment to the FREDIE values of fairness, respect, equality, diversity, inclusion and engagement.
Former Queen Alexandra College (QAC) performing arts student Calum recently featured in an episode of BBC drama series ‘Doctors’ which aired on Monday 15 March 2021.