Quantum Care CEO Maria Ball has been revealed as one of the new faces of a ‘Vibrant Economy’ campaign led by legal firm Grant Thornton UK.
The ‘Faces’ campaign celebrates individuals who exemplify the Vibrant Economy movement by developing an economy that enables people, organisations and communities to thrive.
Maria said: “Delivering high quality care has been a priority for me as I aim to improve the quality of life for elderly care residents. I am delighted to have been chosen as one of the Faces of a Vibrant Economy and will continue to work hard to maintain Quantum Care’s established reputation nationally.”
Quantum Care is a not for profit care provider that provides a range of care services for more than 2,000 older people and employs over 2,000 members of staff across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Essex.
Maria joined Quantum Care in 2003, bringing with her decades of experience in social care combined with a personal goal to improve the quality of life for elderly care residents. Under her leadership, she has successfully developed Quantum Care’s national dementia reputation and has established it as one of the best residential care providers in the country based upon CQC data.
Sacha Romanovitch, CEO at Grant Thornton UK LLP, said: “By celebrating these remarkable leaders, we recognise their role in developing a more purposeful and innovative business environment. They show us how business can be done through ‘human’ leadership which nurtures talent. They demonstrate that profits with purpose lead to sustainable business, and show us that it’s not only possible, but also necessary, to do well by doing good.”