Today marks two days until the Richmond Fellowship Enrich awards 2019. I’m very proud to have been on the judging panel to shortlist all of the nominations and to now be co-chairing the entire ceremony as well as taking over the Richmond Fellowship Tyneside Twitter account!

To keep up with all of the goings on, follow #EnrichAwards on Twitter
Every day for the next week, there’ll be a new post of ‘60 seconds with…’ someone involved in the Awards. I hope you enjoy!

Name and Job Title:
Helen Edwards, Chair Richmond Fellowship and Recovery Focus 

How long have you been involved with Richmond Fellowship?
I’ve been Chair since April 2016.

What drew you to this role?
The work which Richmond Fellowship does and its good reputation.

How do you feel about being involved in the ENRICH awards?
I’m very pleased to be involved and to help recognise the brilliant work done by so many people.

What is the best thing about your job?
Visiting projects and seeing first hand the excellent work which Richmond Fellowship does. Also being able to participate in the Working Together Committee.

What is the hardest part of your day?
As I get older, getting up in the morning!

What do you usually have for lunch?
A sandwich.

What do you do in your spare time?
Spend time with family and friends.

What would your superpower be?
To find a cure for the most common forms of mental illness and addiction.
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