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SIA Global Power 150 Women in Staffing

It was an honour to be named alongside AMS' founder, Rosaleen Blair, in this year's SIA Global Power 150 Women in Staffing. Now in its eighth year, this annual list recognises women for their outstanding efforts and achievements in elevating the workforce solutions ecosystem.

I was thrilled to be named alongside some incredible female leaders in our industry and whilst I'm obviously thrilled with my nomination, I'm also aware that I work with a number of other incredible females in delivering the UK Government's Public Sector Resourcing (PSR) Framework.

Through PSR we mobilised urgent contingent support across several critical government departments to support the COVID-19 response and I'm immensely proud of the work the team did to contribute to the national effort in such difficult times.

We now have over 20,000 workers on our framework supporting more than 120 UK government departments with both contingent and end-to-end statement of work procurement.

We're continuously responsive to the needs of our customers and are always looking to innovate and adapt our offering. Most recently, we've introduced Recruit, Train and Deploy, a program of specialist vendors whose expertise bridges skills gaps and builds talent pipelines for the public sectors future workforce.

AMS as an organization has always sought to support and empower the women in its workforce. To be included in this list isn't just an individual or even team recognition. It's recognition for our entire organsation and for that, I am very proud.

“The Global Power 150 is an amazing accolade to be nominated for, so to make the list of females who are not only leaders in their field, but also helping to drive change across the staffing industry is a real honour. By celebrating female successes, we can encourage the next generation of female leaders and highlight the career opportunities available to all, regardless of gender.”

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ams, contingent workforce, cws, leadership, diversity equity inclusion

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