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Tashi Brown is the founder of Team Creative. She delivered a quick response to the COVID19 pandemic supplying food parcels to young families.
Award sponsored by Leeds City Council
Alison Lowe is the Chief Executive of Mental Health Charity Touchstone for over 10 years. Alongside serving 30 years as a local councillor in Leeds.
Award. Sponsored by The Black Health Initiative
DR ABIYE HECTOR-GOMA
Dr Abiye Hector-Goma’s work as a General Medical Practitioner with in depth experience in primary care and inter-sectoral collaborations for health.
Recipient of our Health Award
Hypacrew are performers and MC’s who demonstrate what talent and hard can achieve. With their performances becoming very well known within the local area.
Award sponsored by One Medical Group
Jason Robinson MBE is a former dual code international rugby league and rugby union player. Being a world cup winner in England’s famous 2003 Rugby.
Recipient of our Sports Award
Joe Williams is the founder and director of Leeds Heritage Walks. Which provides people with the opportunity to learn about black history in Leeds.
Award sponsored by Leeds 2023
Khadijah Ibrahiim has been voted BBC’s most prolific poet. Alongside being the first international writer in residency in Egypt back in 2010.
Award sponsored by Needle & Partners Ltd
Maureen’s Restaurant & Takeaway have been a staple of the local area for almost 2 decades! Their business ethics and success inspire others to try
Recipient of our Business Award
Ujima is a unique and successful young people’s project based in the heart of Chapeltown, Leeds. Their purpose is to support local young people to
Award sponsored by Leeds Beckett University
People’s FM have been on our radio’s as one of the North’s leading stations. Aiming to spread joy, unity and love, its features a mix of entertainment