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Bromsgrove woman praised for her outstanding work in the LGBT+ community

Correspondent 15th Jan, 2019

A MANAGING director at a Bromsgrove foster care service has been recognised for her continued support to the LGBT+ community.

Sarah Dimmelow, who works for Core Assets Group, ranked at number 33 on Financial Times’ ‘Annual OUTstanding LGBT+ and Ally Executives top 100 list’.

It celebrates the work done by LGBT+ leaders across the world.

Sarah was praised for her role supporting LGBT+ individuals who are interested in being potential adopters.

She also assisted with the Core Assets’ Rainbow Assets Network, which overhauled the foster care company to make it more LGBT+ inclusive.

Away from her job, she has provided equality training for people as well as being the former Chair of the LGBT+ Manchester Choir.

“Being welcoming, open and inclusive to people who are different and who may have been marginalised is vital, both within the LGBT+ community and in society more broadly,” said Sarah.

“I am absolutely delighted to have received such an accolade. I am relentless in my desire to ensure consistent equality and fairness, and featuring in the OUTstanding top 100 list is confirmation that what I am doing is working.”

At Core Assets Sarah works with a vast array of people from all walks of life.

She says they all bring invaluable knowledge, passion and experience.

UK CEO of Core Assets Group, Mark Costello, added: “Sarah deserves the global acclaim.

“Diversity and inclusion has never been more important and thanks to her incredible efforts, commitment and vision, we’ve been able to truly put this at the core of our service.”

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