Double winner for Certis Security Australia at Australian Women in Security Network Awards

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Double winner for Certis Security Australia at Australian Women in Security Network Awards

29 October 2020

Double winner for Certis Security Australia at Australian Women in Security Network Awards

Outstanding achievement for courage at COVID-19

Congratulations to Certis Security Australia’s Christina Rose who recently won two awards at the Australian Women in Security Network (AWSN) Awards 2020. Christina was nominated by members of her extensive professional network in six categories (where she was up against 443 other inspirational women in security), walking away the winner in two—Australia’s Most Outstanding Woman in Protective Security/Resilience and Acts of Bravery and Courage.

Christina was presented with her award on 13 October 2020, at a virtual ceremony with over 1,100 people tuning in for the event.

For Australia’s Most Outstanding Woman in Protective Security/Resilience award, Christina was recognised as an all-star individual 'Demonstrating excellence, innovation and leadership in protective security/resilience. Working collaboratively at all levels of the organisation to instil a culture of security’. She has brought to Certis her considerable Federal government experience and knowledge.

For the Acts of Bravery and Courage Award, Christina was celebrated for selflessly and continuously protecting the lives of others during the COVID-19 crisis. She was applauded for showing leadership, bravery and commitment to helping people during the coronavirus pandemic while facing a dangerous and precarious situation. Christina was recognised for providing real leadership and change in the face of adversity.

In response to receiving the awards, Christina said “It has been a trying year, but I couldn’t have done it without the support of my Certis Security Australia team”. She gave special mentions to Certis Security Australia Chief Executive, Tom Roche, General Manager Aviation, Jason Aquilina, and her broader aviation security teams each at Albury and Canberra Airport respectively, whom she says are always working together as one.

The AWSN is a network has in excess of 2,200 members across the globe and aims to connect, support and inspire women in security across by providing them with tools, knowledge and a platform to build confidence and interest. Each year, the AWSN hosts a national awards night in Australia to honour their accomplishments, value their contributions and give recognition where deserved.

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