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Robertson scholar named Strathclyde Women Lead Champion

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Rosie Moore, a 4th-year Robertson Scholar, picked up the award at the Strathclyde Women In Leadership Networks Awards dinner last night (7 March).

The event celebrated inspiring women, both past & present, of the University of Strathclyde and Rosie, a Social Work student at the university, was recognised for her work with the independent care review group currently unteraking a review into Scotland's care system.
 
Rosie is an experienced youth worker for both Aberlour and the Sound Lab charity, and volunteers at the Life Changes Trust as part of the care experienced advisory group. She also recently delivered a fantastic key note speech at our biggest ever Annual Gathering for current Robertson scholars.