Business Charity Awards 2011 judges

A team of 13 expert judges, including Dame Mary Marsh and Tom Levitt, has drawn up a shortlist for this year's awards

Business Charity Awards 2011
Business Charity Awards 2011

Richard Bernstein, chief executive of Eurovestech and winner of the Business Charity Champion category in last year's Business Charity Awards, was among the 13 judges who assembled earlier this month to decide on the shortlist for this year's awards.

Also among the judges were two former Third Sector columnists - Dame Mary Marsh, former chief executive of the NSPCC and director of the Clore Social Leadership Programme, and Peter Cardy, chief executive of the charity Aquaterra Leisure.

Another judge, Matthew Sparkes, global community investment manager at Linklaters, said the entries were "illuminating, inspiring and humbling - quite the strongest applications I have assessed".

The winners will be announced at a black-tie dinner on Monday 9 May at the Grosvenor House hotel in Park Lane, London. To book tickets online go to or contact Kate Collins, events manager, on 020 8267 8188,


Richard BernsteinRichard Bernstein Chief executive, Eurovestech



Matthew SparkesMatthew Sparkes Global community investment manager, Linklaters



Graham PreceyGraham Precey Head of corporate responsibility, Legal & General



Tom LevittTom Levitt Sector consultant and former MP



Eileen DonnellyEileen Donnelly Group corporate responsibility & sustainability manager, Virgin Management



Richard EvansRichard Evans Head of recruitment, CF Appointments



 Lila DowieLila Dowie Senior corporate partnerships manager, Anthony Nolan Trust



Stephen Cook

Stephen Cook Editor, Third Sector


Klara Kozlov,Klara Kozlov Senior advisory manager (corporates), CAF



Peter Cardy,Peter Cardy Chief executive, Aquaterra Leisure



Dame Mary MarshDame Mary Marsh Director, Clore Social Leadership Programme



Stephen Brooker

Stephen Brooker Chairman (charities), Russam GM



Amanda McLeanAmanda McLean Former chief executive, IoF



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