Dr Rehana Master was the winner of the Public Service Award at the 2017 Fusion Awards.
Winners of the annual awards were announced at a glittering ceremony on Saturday May 13 at King George’s Hall, Blackburn
Dr Rehana Master, a full time GP, volunteers within local communities as well aiming to raise aspirations of young people.
As well as working six days a week and being a mother to two children, she is also Chief Welfare Officer and Head of Health Services at Abu Hanifah Foundation (AHF).
The award was presented by Faisel Akbar of H & S Living
In her voluntary role, Dr Master uses her medical knowledge to develop healthy snack menus and every week she personally sources over 1200 portions of fruit, vegetables and baked products to utilise in the menus.
In addition, Dr Master leads AHF Health, organising and personally delivering dozens of events, conferences, exhibitions and workshops which have benefited thousands of men and women of all ages and backgrounds.
She also an AHF scouts parent volunteer, a fund raiser, a publicist and assists with interior design, building maintenance and cleaning on a regular basis.
Speaking on stage, Dr Master said,“Having looked at the calibre of the nominees I did not expect to be stood here and I think all of us should be really proud of our achievements tonight.”