Belgravia Leisure’s National Access and Inclusion Coordinator Emma Lowe has been awarded the prestigious honour of being named David Aldous Young Professional of the Year at this year’s Parks and Leisure NSW/ACT regional awards.
The David Aldous Young Professional of the Year Award recognises and celebrates the outstanding contributions made by an emerging professional under 30 years of age, who has made a significant contribution to the Parks and Leisure industry.
Belgravia Leisure National Disability and Diversity Manager Dr Jeff Walkley said, “Emma has rapidly progressed to an organisation-wide leadership role within Belgravia Leisure, repeatedly displaying leadership, professional skills and behaviour that underpin excellence. Her dedication to her role as Access and Inclusion Coordinator has made her a wonderful ambassador for Belgravia Leisure and the parks and leisure industry.”
Lowe was instrumental to the roll out of the Inclusion Coordinator role throughout Belgravia Leisure managed venues Australia and New Zealand-wide, bridging the gap between communities and leisure venues. Lowe’s achievements also include the ‘All In’ Program to deliver low-cost, accessible and effective online access and inclusion training to Belgravia Leisure staff, and the ‘Take Charge’ Mental Health and Exercise Program.
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