The National Mediation Awards 2020 awards ceremony was a great success and the CMC is thrilled to congratulate all the winners. The digital event was hosted by compère Mr. David Leckie who did a fantastic job at leading the audience through the presentation of the awards. As to be expected with a first online event, there were some minor technical issues that were easily outweighed by the surprised and delighted winners and their inspiring acceptance speeches.
A big thank you to David, the incredible winners of the NMA 2020, our wonderful sponsors and of course the excellent organising team from the College of Mediators and the CMC!
The National Mediation Awards 2020 winners are:
Civil/Commercial Mediator of the Year – Andrew Miller QC
Community Mediator of the Year – Bode Adeloye
Family Mediator of the Year – Jan Coulton
SEND Mediator of the Year – Kids SEND Mediation
Workplace Mediator of the Year – Marie Coombes
Young Mediator of the Year – Joint Winner – Smile Mediation and Cherry Fold Community Primary School
Young Mediator of the Year – Joint Winner – Cardiff Inner City Primary Schools
Mediation Trainer of the Year – Nancy Radford
Inclusion and Diversity Award – Her Honour Judge Elizabeth Constance Solomon
Innovation Award – HMRC ADR Initiative (Jim Benson)
Newcomer Award – Squaring Circles
Judges’ Award for Up and Coming in Mediation – Vinney Green Secure Children’s Home
Judges’ Award for Achievement in Mediation – Mark Jackson-Stops
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