Clive Conway receives prestigious award for work with Tutu Foundation UK
Congratulations to our boss Clive Conway, chairman of the Tutu Foundation UK, who has been recognised with an Honorary Award from The African Diaspora (T.A.D.) Awards for his work in helping troubled communities in the UK and Africa.
Clive, who is also owner and chief executive of Clive Conway Productions, will receive his award at a black tie dinner at London’s Mayfair Hotel on Friday (15 March).
The invitation from T.A.D.founder Conrad Mwanza reads: “This award is in recognition of your immense contribution to key initiatives in communities that have impacted a positive change and unrivalled experience and influence in Philanthropy and leadership circles.
“As an organisation we recognise your influence and appreciate your efforts and sustained success in championing good causes in the UK and Africa. It is because of such dedication that we feel honoured to extend the recognition of T.A.D’s Honorary Award towards you.”
He added that the African Diaspora Awards (TAD) ceremony celebrates, honours and recognises high achievement from within the African Diaspora Community.
Clive has long been recognised for his work with the Tutu Foundatioin UK helping build peace in fractured communities in the UK using a model inspired by Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s peace and reconciliation work all over the world.
In the 2016 Third Sector Awards he was named Charity Chair of the Year for his work with the Foundation.