Winner – Keisha Walters of Hafod Housing

Since joining Hafod Housing as an apprentice in 2017, Keisha’s people centric approach and drive to finding new and better ways of working has made a significant impact on those around her. She looks for any opportunity to learn and gain additional skills on key HR issues relevant to the organisation.
Keisha has implemented a company induction scheme, mentored work placement students and designed and delivered leadership training.
Keisha has demonstrated she is a valued member of the organisation and has the potential to go far in her PR profession. We are proud to support her on her journey.

Highly Commended – Beth Thomas of Principality Building Society

Beth joined the Principality HR team 18 months ago and has had such a positive impact on the company. She is conscientious and credible and has gone out of her way to support managers to tackle and understand key HR issues across Principality.
The term getting “stuck in” applies to Beth, and since joining Principality, she has thrown herself into all aspects of work. Her desire to learn as much as possible and volunteer for new work is astounding for someone so early on in career. Beth will go far in her career as a PR practitioner and we look forward to seeing what the future has in store for her.  
Finalists:
Claire Baker from HR for HR
Emma Turner from SSCL