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Invotra director, Alison Galvin shortlisted as Digital Leader for apprenticeship work

We are proud to announce our HR Director, Alison Galvin, has been shortlisted as Digital Leader of the Year notably for her work developing our nationally acclaimed apprenticeship programme.

Alison Galvin, Invotra's CPO and CFO


We’re also delighted that two of our customers have also been shortlisted. Results are announced at the Awards Dinner on 21 June 2018.

Here’s more information about the categories and nominees.

The Digital Leaders 100 List launched in 2013 and has become the premier list identifying individuals and teams leading Digital Transformation in the UK. It consists of leaders and organisations who are pioneering change within the public sector, Enterprise, SMEs and Charity Sectors, generated by their peers. 

Digital Leader of the Year

The Digital Leaders programme recognises the importance of Leadership in driving forward digital transformation in the UK. This award is for an individual whose actions in the past year have made them stand out as a Digital Leader in the transformation of their sector.

Shortlisted: Alison Galvin, HR Director, Invotra

Digital Public Service Innovation of the Year
The Digital Transformation of Public Services in the UK remains a key part of the modernisation of Public Services from Central and Local Government; to Health and blue light services. This award is for a public sector product or service that has shown an innovative approach during the last year that has seen measurable impact and outcomes.

Shortlisted: DWP Digital

Digital Council of the Year
Some of the greatest innovations in Digital Public Services have come from the Local Government Sector. This award recognises those Councils that over the last year have delivered measurable digital transformation either internally in their organisation or in the way they are providing their public services.

Shortlisted: Bracknell Forest Council


Monday, April 23, 2018