Trevi CEO nominated for Social Enterprise Award 2021

Trevi is delighted to announce that their CEO, Hannah Shead, was nominated for the Women in Social Enterprise award 2021.

The award recognises women working in the senior leadership team of a social enterprise who represents excellence in her field of work.

Hosted on the 8 December at London’s iconic Guildhall, the awards are a moment to celebrate the incredible contributions made by social enterprises, recognising those organisations that have been making a real difference tackling social and environmental problems in the UK and around the world.

Hannah was nominated by Bridges Outcomes Partnerships, who are kind funders of the Pause Project, based at Trevi, which works with women who have experienced or are at risk of repeat removals of children from their care.

Hannah says, ‘I was thrilled to be nominated for this award, and a big thank you to Bridges Outcome Partnerships for nominating me. In what has been an incredibly challenging year, I am proud of the work Trevi has continued to achieve in supporting women affected by domestic violence and abuse and enabling them to remain with their children. In being nominated for this award, I hope we can continue to raise the profile of the amazing work we do with women here in Plymouth and across the UK.’

Hannah has been Chief Executive of Trevi since November 2011 and has been in the social care field for 20 years, working in both the statutory and voluntary sectors. Since joining Trevi, she has established their Sunflower Women’s Centre and their Daffodil Family Assessment Centre, which offer trauma-informed, therapeutic support for women, their children, and their families.

Trevi supports more than 550 women and children every year.

t: 01752 255 758

t: 01752 255 758