Amber Nuttall, founder, The EXTREME Hangout, nominated for the Burberry British Diversity Awards
Updated: Feb 9
The EXTREME Hangout is thrilled to announce that our founder, Amber Nuttall has been nominated for the Centrica Sustainability Champion of the Year during the Burberry British Diversity Awards which will transpire on the 22nd of March at the Grosvenor House in London. The awards will be hosted by television presenter, diversity expert and award-winning author, June Sarpong OBE and BAFTA award-winning television presenter Dr. Ranj Singh.
The awards celebrate the organisations and individuals championing equality, diversity and inclusion across the UK. The vision to develop EXTREME into a global impact platform that not only drives environmental actions, but also engages and inspires young people of all backgrounds, who harness the power of sport to work collaboratively and deliver ideas out of the box, ensuring their voices are heard and respected, has garnered Amber the nomination and deservingly the shortlist.
EXTREME also launched ‘The EXTREME Hangout’ in 2011 under Amber's guidance to protect the planet and bring awareness to the urgency of environmental actions and it’s impact on the future. The platform became a leading fringe event at COP26 in Glasgow and then again at COP27 in Egypt, which spearheaded an ambitious programme to deliver 50 impact events in 50 locations over the next 5 years.
The nomination in the Burberry British Diversity awards showcases that The EXTREME Hangout team is striking the right chord with the right people who are determined in bringing change and putting forward their opinions and ideas. This is a huge recognition for all the incredible work, support, love and faith that the EXTREME and The EXTREME Hangout teams, have put in throughout these years.