DAA member Adrian Treharne reports on being a successful finalist in this year’s Guardian Public Service Awards.
DAA member Adrian Treharne was a successful finalist in this year’s Guardian Public Service Awards. He was entered into the Public Servant of the Year Award category which was looking for individuals ‘who embody the very spirit and ethos of public service. Someone who has gone the extra mile for service users and made a real difference to outcomes’. He was shortlisted by an expert panel of judges who were impressed with the depth and breadth of his work to date.