Business Charity Awards: The judges

A team of third sector experts studied the entries to choose the winners of this year's Business Charity Awards

Business Charity Awards 2011 judges
Business Charity Awards 2011 judges

1. Richard Bernstein, chief executive, EurovestechRichard Bernstein, Chief executive, Eurovestech

2.Matthew Sparkes, global community investment manager, Linklaters Matthew Sparkes, Global community investment manager, Linklaters

3. Graham Precey, head of corporate social responsibility, Legal & GeneralGraham Precey, Head of corporate social responsibility, Legal & General

4. Tom LevittTom Levitt, Sector consultant and former MP

5. Eileen Donnelly, group corporate responsibility and sustainable development manager, Virgin ManagementEileen Donnelly, Group corporate responsibility and sustainable development manager, Virgin Management

6. Richard Evans, chief executive, CF AppointmentsRichard Evans, Chief executive, CF Appointments

7. Lila Dowie, corporate partnerships manager, Anthony NolanLila Dowie, Corporate partnerships manager, Anthony Nolan

8. Stephen Cook, editor, Third SectorStephen Cook, Editor, Third Sector

9. Klara Kozlov, senior advisory manager - corporates, Charities Aid FoundationKlara Kozlov, Senior advisory manager - corporates, Charities Aid Foundation

10. Peter Cardy,. chief executive, Aquaterra LeisurePeter Cardy, Chief executive, Aquaterra Leisure

11. Dame Mary Marsh, director, Clore Social Leadership ProgrammeDame Mary Marsh, Director, Clore Social Leadership Programme

12. Stephen Brooker, chairman, not-for-profit and health practices, Russam GMSStephen Brooker, Chairman, not-for-profit and health practices, Russam GMS

13. Amanda McLean, former chief executive, Institute of FundraisingAmanda McLean, Former chief executive, Institute of Fundraising.

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