Good luck to Mark Fennelly (Regional Operations Manager and Head of IT) who is attending the Guardian Public Service awards this evening.
Mark Fennelly has been shortlisted for a The Guardian Public Servant of the Year award 2019 after caring for some of the area’s most vulnerable people for almost four decades and is just is one of just five people across the country to be shortlisted by national news outlet
Mark is an active member of the community and has been recognised for his impressive 27 years long service here at St. Anne’s, where he has worked his way up through the ranks from nurse to reach his current role.
Mark said: “It is an honour to be shortlisted for the award and to be recognised for the work I do every day feels fantastic. I am truly passionate about caring for people, and it is an honour to help contribute to making a difference in people’s lives every day.
“I strongly believe that my job is to have the best staff, because those that want to make a real difference give the best service to the people we care for.”