DanceSyndrome Founder Jen Blackwell has been shortlisted as a finalist for the HER-abilities Award at the upcoming Inspire Women Awards.

 

The  Inspire Women Awards celebrate the wealth of outstanding contributions women have made to the North West.  It is a night of celebration and achievements of women from all walks of life in the diverse and thriving local community, showcasing extraordinary examples of courage, triumph, kindness, compassion, transformation, skill and success.

 

Now in its fifth year, the 2019 event will play host to heads of industry, business chiefs, community leaders, politicians, entrepreneurs, celebrities and other well-known figures from the region’s private, public and voluntary sectors. Packed with stories of unsung heroes, community champions and women who have gone above and beyond in the course of their work, service and passions, it is sure to be an inspiring event.

 

Jen has been shortlisted as a finalist in the HER-Abilities Award category. This award is reserved for a special woman who despite her disabilities inspires by her positive contribution to the community, workplace, family or just her own life. Embracing HER-Abilities, she may have achieved new success, eliminated limiting beliefs and demonstrated the importance of living a fulfilling life.

 

Jen said “I’m honoured to have been shortlisted for the HER-Abilities Award. Being nominated for this award shows that people with learning disabilities can do amazing things with their lives if given a chance. Dancing is my life, I am passionate about dance and about supporting people like me to have opportunities in the dance world.”

 

Jen will find out if she is a winner at the Inspire Women Awards event which takes place on 22nd June at the Premier Suite, University of Bolton Stadium.

 

More information about other awards that DanceSyndrome has won, please visit the Accolades page on our website. 

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