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ROH Chief Executive Jo Williams shortlisted for the Inclusive Awards 

One of the UK’s most anticipated diversity awards celebrations has announced its shortlist for the 2023 ceremony and Jo Williams, Chief Executive of the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, has been shortlisted as Chief Executive of the Year.

Now in its ninth year, the Inclusive Awards is the only ceremony that rewards organisations and individuals who have excelled in their commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. This year, on December 5th at The Hurlingham Club in London, the Inclusive Awards will once again celebrate those individuals and organisations who work tirelessly to remove barriers and put diversity at the very heart of everything they do.

Jo Williams has been shortlisted for the Chief Executive of the Year.  Jo said: “It's a privilege to be shortlisted alongside some incredible CEOs. We all share a passion for authentic, compassionate, inclusive leadership.

“This shortlist is as much a celebration for ROH too – being part of this incredible team is truly special and I am so proud to represent the Trust.”

"In difficult and challenging times, using the talent of a diverse workforce is more important than ever,” says Paul Sesay, CEO of Inclusive Companies and founder of the Inclusive Awards.

“The Inclusive Awards continue to be an exceptional way to celebrate the courageous actions of individuals and organisations, who are already striving for inclusion. “Not only does diversity within a workforce foster an inclusive working environment, it can also bring business benefits and provide a market advantage,” he says. “We look forward to celebrating the many and varied achievements of our finalists and I congratulate them all for being shortlisted for the impact they’ve made.”