Social Enterprise UK Honorary Fellowship
Since Social Enterprise UK was founded as the Social Enterprise Coalition in 2002, the UK social enterprise sector has grown, evolved and increased its visibility and impact considerably.
Since Social Enterprise UK was founded as the Social Enterprise Coalition in 2002, the UK social enterprise sector has grown, evolved and increased its visibility and impact considerably. The growth of the sector is due, in large part, to the individuals within it – the social entrepreneurs who have taken their organisations from strength to strength and who have also played a large part in shaping, guiding and championing the social enterprise movement as a whole.
To recognise those who have contributed to creating such a diverse, thriving and truly impactful community, Social Enterprise UK launched its Honorary Fellowship at the 2018 UK Social Enterprise Awards.
Honorary Fellows represent the leading lights of the social enterprise movement – those individuals who have been instrumental in building the thriving community of 100,000 social enterprises in the UK. Fellows are not just drawn from the country’s social entrepreneurs but also include academics, investors and business leaders who have been at the heart of pushing a better way of doing business.
The Honorary Fellows
Anwar Ali OBE
Stephen Bediako OBE
Graham Bell OBE
Lord John Bird MBE and Nigel Kershaw OBE
Claire Dove CBE DL
Margaret Elliot and Guy Turnbull
Lindsey Hall and Matt Little
Karen Lowthrop MBE and Nigel Lowthrop
Professor Jo Pritchard MBE
Dr Hinnah Rafique
Sophi Tranchell MBE
Professor Muhammad Yunus