AXREM’s Edgington included on the Women in Trade Associations Powerlist

AXREM chief executive officer Sally Edgington has been recognised for her work during the COVID-19 response on the Women in Trade Associations Powerlist 2023. The list is a collaboration between the FSB, CBI and the Trade Association Forum to celebrate and recognise inspirational women in the trade association sector.

The list was compiled from over 200 public nominations, reviewed by a selection panel from the Trade Association Forum. The CBI and FSB had the task of selecting the 100 women that make up the inaugural list.

Edgington worked with the NHS and government to support members in the equipping of care settings including Nightingale Hospitals and continues to provide this leadership as the country navigates a recovery pathway. She said: “I am truly honoured to have been recognised on this powerlist, among other trade association colleagues, who all work tirelessly to ensure the sectors we represent have a valued industry voice.

“I am very fortunate to work with a great team of colleagues and members, and the success of AXREM really is a team effort. I would would like to pass my thanks to Jeevan Gunaratnam for the nomination and to the Trade Association Forum, FSB and CBI for including me on this list.”

Edgington is active in the AXREM executive committee, which is said to be singular for a trade association in being made up of ceos or other C-level executives from member organisations. AXREM is the association of healthcare technology providers for imaging, radiotherapy and care.

Chair Jeevan Gunaratnam said: “I am delighted that Sally has received this recognition for her role at AXREM, representing the interests of our industry and the wider health community.

“The theme for 2023 is #EmbraceEquity, a key pillar is ensuring fair representation. Equity is also critical in healthcare, where AXREM members strive to support healthcare providers deliver equity in access and outcomes.”

Picture: AXREM chief executive officer Sally Edgington.

Published on page 22 of the May 2023 issue of RAD Magazine.

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