Ade Odunlade represents ‘Faces of NHS London’ for Black History Month
Ade OdunladeAde Odunlade, CNWL Divisional Managing Director (Jameson) is featured as one of the prominent faces in the NHS to mark Black History Month.
Selected by NHS England and NHS Improvement, they revealed 36 individuals across London NHS Trusts to share their stories and journeys.
Earlier this month, Ade shared the importance of Black History Month with us, read this here.
Ade said: “Black History Month is that time of the month that provides a fantastic opportunity for us to recognize the outstanding contributions people of African and Caribbean descent in our society.
I do hope that these contributions are not just celebrated or highlighted for just the month but every day. The important of this serves to remind us of the need for an equitable, just and fairer society where we all coexist in peace and harmony and fully utilise the resources in our communities to have a thriving and viable society.”