Jungle Diversity takes pride in everything we do and we strive to gain recognition for our work supporting companies reap the benefits of a truly inclusive workforce. We like to clebrate when we are nominated, make it through to the finals and/or win awards!!!!
Here are some of the Awards we, and/or our Consultants, have achieved:
2019 – Woman Who…. Achieves – Change Champion for Women in Business
CEO of Jungle HR, Teresa Boughey was honoured to receive the “Woman Who Achieves – Change Champion For Women in Business” Award for the second time in recognition of the hard work of Jungle HR and her new bestselling book Closing the Gap.
The aim of the annual Woman Who Achieves Awards is give women an avenue to share and celebrate their achievements, inspire and motivate others, increased their confidence and grow through the awards process. Categories include Start up, Growing SME and Rising Star to name but a few. Teresa fought off some tough competition in the Change Champion category but ultimately claimed the top spot.
Top 100 Female Entrepreneurs
Teresa Boughey, MD, Jungle Diversity was recognised at one of the top 100 entrepreneurs by peak b in February 2019.
The aim of f:Entrepreneur is to showcase multi-achieving women like Teresa in the #ialso Top 100, to provide lessons of challenge and success for all small business founders – both men and women and recognise female entrepreneurs in the UK who inspire their peers and communities through their businesses and wider activities. Read more here
Finalist – Best Small Business – Shropshire
Jungle HR reached the finals of the Shropshire Business Awards 2018 organised by Shropshire Chamber of Commerce in the category Best Small Business. Hundreds of companies enter the awards each year and Jungle was one of just four shortlisted for this prestigious new award.
2018 – Woman Who…. Achieves – Change Champion for Women in Business
Jungle Diversity CEO, Teresa Boughey won this award in recognition of her work championing diversity and equality for women in business and the workplace.
The Judges said they chose Teresa because she mentors men and women to close the gender pay gap. Operating at a high level and national representation, she is clearly passionate and very driven.