Centre for Cerebral Palsy’s chief executive Judy Hogben won a Telstra Business Women Award

Cerebral Palsy centre CEO and WA business innovation award recipient Judy Hogben with the centre's wizzybugs movers. d427830
Cerebral Palsy centre CEO and WA business innovation award recipient Judy Hogben with the centre's wizzybugs movers. d427830

THE Centre for Cerebral Palsy chief executive Judy Hogben says winning a Telstra Business Women Award was incredibly humbling.

After six years as the chief executive of the Coolbinia centre and a career devoted to the not-for-profit sector, Ms Hogben was named as the winner of the WA Business Innovation Award at the 2014 Telstra Business Women Awards.

‘So many incredible women have been nominated for this year’s awards, just to be listed alongside them is incredibly humbling,’ she said.

‘This award means a great deal, not just to myself but to all of my team at the centre who do an amazing job supporting people with disability and their families.’

Ms Hogben said her contribution to transforming the centre over the past six years was the highlight of her career.

‘The centre has been an amazing place to work, and to be able to contribute to its elevation to one of the leading disability service providers in the State has been a truly rewarding experience.’