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This is a wonderful achievement for Sue personally, and for her team. We’re pleased that her work has been recognised in this way.Suzanne Rolt – CEO, Quartet Community Foundation
The honour recognises Sue’s services to the community in her previous role as Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Avon & Somerset. As an Independent PCC for nine years, Sue championed the voice of the victim, particularly in cases of violence against women and children.
Sue Mountstevens became our Chair in March 2020 and has continued to lead the organisation through a period of exceptional growth. Quartet is doing more than ever to inspire philanthropy in the West of England and to grow an enduring endowment fund that allows us to meet local needs and aspirations, now and for the future.
In her final year as PCC, Sue Mountstevens was invited to become the Chair of Quartet Community Foundation. When Sue became Chair, the Covid pandemic had just struck. She steered Quartet, working through our Board and executive team, to respond rapidly and on a significant scale. Her steady and caring leadership style provided a supportive environment that allowed us to do so much, reflecting her experience gained as Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset.
Since Sue Mountstevens joined as Chair, we have been exceptionally busy.
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