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Awarded in the Arts and Culture Category: Born and educated in Leeds “Graft’s” first passion was football. He progressed to music where he produces and delivers
Award Sponsored by Music:Leeds
Awarded in the Health category: Living with Sickle Cell Mary is active in raising awareness of this disease. Previously winning the Baroness Floella Benjamin
Award sponsored by One Medical Health Group.
Awarded in the Media Category: Having a B.Sc in Communications and Media Studies from Loughborough University, this Leeds born entrepreneur came up
Award sponsored by ITV Calendar.
Awarded in the Sports Category: Born in Leeds 1995, Yona became very much involved in sports. His passion was diving. Yona competed in the Pan American Games
Awarded sponsored by Leeds Rhinos.
Awarded in the International Impact Category: From Leeds City Council Child Protection to advisor for UNICEF in India, Zimbabwe and Uganda amongst other countries.
Award sponsored by Needle & Partners Solicitors.
Awarded in the Young Achiever Category: Championing the issue around homelessness. Tiseanna has also fundraised on an annual basis and donated toys to children
Award sponsored by Black Health Initiative (BHI)
Black Health Initiative
Awarded in the Community Impact: Recognised for the local, regional and national work both strategic impact and operational impactt. Addressing inequalities and
Award sponsored by Leeds City Councils Community Department.
Received by David Lascelles 8th Earl of Harewood and presented by Judith Blake CBE. Geraldine was a phenomenal woman whose legacy is huge as an activist
Awarded posthumously in the Outstanding Contribution Category
Rashick Parmar mbe
Schooled at City of Leeds. Over 35 vast years of experience in technology. Awarded his MBE in 2016 in recognition of his work in Innovation and Business.