Health Nexus and 3M Canada are pleased to announce that Noor Din, founder of Human Endeavour is the 2012 recipient of the 3M Health Leadership Award.
Now in its second year, the 3M Health Leadership Award honours the outstanding range of leaders who have a significant impact on the health of their community in Canada. These leaders demonstrate an ability to create change and inspire others with the goal of improving the health of their community by addressing the social and economic factors that influence well-being.
Noor Din is the founder of the non-profit Human Endeavour, an organization which harnesses partnerships and social enterprise models to meet community needs. His passion for innovation and creativity has helped to grow and sustain employment and seniors support programs which reach hundreds of people across the Greater Toronto Area, many of them from the city’s diverse ethno-racial communities.
The 2012 finalists are similarly accomplished. They include: Jackie Bajus, Christopher Morgan, Baldev Mutta, and Vicki Van Wagner.
Research confirms the strong link between our health, and the opportunities to work, play, learn and contribute to our community. The 2012 recipient and finalists of the 3M Health Leadership Award are champions of change and exemplify the breadth and scope of what it takes to create these conditions for health. By recognizing these leaders, Health Nexus and 3M Canada hope to inspire others across the country.
The 2012 recipient and finalists will be celebrated at the Award Gala on December 6th, 2012 in Toronto, Ontario. Registration for the Gala is now open at http://www.healthnexus.ca/leadershipaward/registration.html.
The next call for nominations will be in March 2013.
Read the full news release at http://www.healthnexus.ca/leadershipaward/index.html.