Women’s Organisation executive Lisa McMullan wins national accolade

Lisa McMullan, who is the Liverpool organisation’s director for development and consultancy, was one of six recipients of the EEUK Fellowship at the National Enterprise Educator Awards (NEEA) in Leeds

Lisa McMullan
Lisa McMullan of The Women’s Organisation with her EEUK Fellowship accolade

 

An executive at Liverpool’s The Women’s Organisation has had her achievement recognised and has been given a national accolade for her work.

Lisa McMullan, who is the organisation’s director for development and consultancy, was one of six recipients of the EEUK Fellowship at the National Enterprise Educator Awards (NEEA) in Leeds.

The fellowship is designed to recognise the personal professional achievements of the individuals at the centre of enterprise education and rewards their pioneering work.

It recognises Lisa’s professional competence in working across the sector for her work as principal consultant at Enterprise Evolution, the consultancy arm of The Women’s Organisation.

Enterprise Evolution works to support individuals and organisations to add entrepreneurial value through bespoke consultancy services. This includes mentoring, enterprise education, group facilitation and workshops, as well as evaluation and research services.

Her work in the sector spans over two decades and has impacted enterprise education on an international scale. Lisa has worked in countries including China, Nigeria and Thailand, as well as across the UK.

She has been an integral part of a number of award winning teams including for her work with Thai Enterprise Educators (NEEA 2017 winners) and ICURe – a SETsquared university research commercialisation programme (THELMA 2016 winners).

Lis said: “The EEUK Fellowship is a much-needed addition to the enterprise education sector, offering the only sector-wide recognition of its kind, and I am delighted to be among the first recognised through the fellowship.

“Becoming a Fellow of EEUK has been a thoroughly worthwhile and enjoyable process, in particular the time taken to reflect upon my professional practice. I would thoroughly encourage my colleagues from across the sector to take the opportunity and apply for the fellowship.”

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