DHI Chief Executive tops Bath 'Power List'

DHI Chief Executive tops Bath 'Power List'

DHI’s Chief Executive, Rosie Phillips, has been listed as the most influential voice in Bath in a list published by the Bath Chronicle.

As well as her role as head of DHI, Rosie is also the Vice Chair of the Bath City Forum and is focusing her work there on the issue of truly affordable housing in the city.

Reacting to her inclusion on the list, Rosie said: “Clearly there are many more worthy people who should be included, but I’m grateful to be featured on this list and to have a platform from which to have my voice heard, unlike many of those that DHI works with. DHI is a champion for the disadvantaged, socially excluded and most marginalised in our city and beyond; whether that be people with a drug or alcohol addiction, homeless people or just those who need a bit of help to reach their full potential.”

The list also includes DHI’s patron, Ken Loach, whose recent film I, Daniel Blake won the BAFTA for Best British Film and the prestigious Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

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