UKeiG announces the winner of its inaugural Early Career Award
UKeiG is committed to encouraging and championing excellence and innovation across the profession with our prestigious awards portfolio. The Group also supports the continuing professional development of library and information students and early career professionals with a range of bursaries to encourage research, information exchange and best practice.
Last year we launched our inaugural Early Career Award to celebrate extraordinary and inspirational enterprise in early career professionals who are members of CILIP.
Earlier this year, David Ball, Chair of the UKeiG Management Committee, was delighted to announce that the winner of the inaugural 2019 Early Career Award was Natasha Chowdory, User Research Consultant at Methods, Information Technology and Services.
Keywords: Early Career Award, Awards
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