Page won the 'One to Watch' award at the Non-Executive Director Awards 2020.
Page deservedly won the 'One to Watch' category at this year's Non-Executive Director Awards, in partnership with the Sunday Times. She is the youngest ever winner of this Award.
She became one of NCB’s first Trustees under the age of 25 in 2015, exemplifying our belief in the importance of young representation and voice at Board level. She'd been involved with NCB long before then, joining Young NCB, our membership group exclusively for children and young people, when she was a schoolgirl in Bristol. She later played a valuable role on our Young Advisory Group from the age of 16, engaging with the charity on a deeper level to contribute to our strategic direction and project development.
Now a fully-fledged Trustee, Page continues to regularly attend Young Advisory Group meetings and provides a strong and highly valuable link between the Group and our Board. Page is also instrumental in supporting our Young Representatives to the Board (members of Young NCB, non-Trustee roles) as they embark upon their engagement in charitable governance and Board business and develop their potential to become Trustees in the future.
Page is highly committed to promoting the voices of young people and underrepresented groups. She has been an active volunteer in her local community since a young age, including as a member of the Bristol Hospitals Youth Council and Healthwatch, as well as working nationally with the British Youth Council's National Express Youth Forum and as an international representative for the European Young People's Health Forum.
Page graduated from Cambridge University in 2018 with a degree in History and Law and is currently studying on the bar professional training and will start working as a trainee barrister in October 2020.