We would like to congratulate Professor Shirley Kaye Randell on receiving the Institute of Managers and Leaders inaugural Sir John Storey Award for Lifetime Leadership Achievement.

Shirley, who is an associate of Equality in Tourism, is world renowned for her work with women in Rwanda after the genocide. She has also had a fascinating and eminent career as an educator and expert in the public sector and institutional reform in developing countries and in gender mainstreaming and human rights for women.

While Director of Programs in the Australian Capital Territory Department of Education, Shirley became a Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders. The institute’s vision is creating better managers and leaders for a better society. While dedicating her life to helping and inspiring others around the world, Shirley is a most deserving winner of this award.

Please read more about Professor Shirley Randell’s work, awards and recognition on her website.

To read more about the Institute of Managers and Leaders Sir John Storey award, please click here.