Senior Director at Living Streets, Jenni Wiggle has been named Supporting Executive of the Year at this year's prestigious Charity Times Awards.
Jenni oversees major project delivery, such as Living Streets Walk to School programme, providing insight on development, finance and operational needs.
Critical to the success of Living Streets in recent times has been the effective management and stability of programmes and continuation funding. Jenni’s leadership of this function at Living Streets has been vital in this ongoing success.
The funded project work not only enables Living Streets to continue its critical work championing the walking agenda, but also ensures real change and legacy is experienced by individuals, families, schools and communities.
Jenni is a fair and consistent leader, receiving well deserved respect and appreciation from staff at Living Streets. She actively engages with managers across the departments, with a genuine desire to enable positive and effective working practices that balance staff and business needs and champions equal opportunities. She is a vital member of the leadership team and greatly valued by the CEO as his deputy.
Joe Irvin, Chief Executive, Living Streets said:
“Jenni Wiggle is a highly respected and capable professional, who provides strong leadership balanced with empathetic understanding of the needs of staff and service beneficiaries. She has been critical to the success of Living Streets in recent times. She is one of the few women in a senior position in the transport sector.”
Thanks to sponsorship from cause-related marketing company, Louis Kennedy, Jenni was at Wednesday's Charity Times Awards Gala Dinner & Ceremony at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge to collect her award.
Jenni was joined with a selection of proud colleagues, including the PR and campaigning team who were also shortlisted in their respective categories.
The Charity Times Awards continue to be the pre-eminent celebration of best practice in the UK charity and not-for-profit sector. Now in their 19th year, the awards are run by Charity Times Magazine - the leading title for UK non-profit professionals.