Dr Sunny Stout-Rostron, received the ACE Award for “Master Mentor of Mentors”. Sunny, Founding President of COMENSA, Founding Fellow and Research Advisor at the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital (a Harvard Medical School Affiliate) and Visiting Lecturer at the University of Stellenbosch Business School, received the “Master Mentor of Mentors” Award for her commitment to leadership, coaching and mentoring development in South Africa.
This award was given from the first Africa ACE Awards and presented by C4D-Africa (Coaching 4 Development Africa) at the Pick n Pay Corporate Headquarters in Kenilworth, Cape Town on Friday, 23 May 2014.
C4D promotes Creativity, Coaching and Mentoring development throughout Africa and partners with government, business and individuals to develop Africa’s vast under-tapped potential. C4D successfully fulfilled the task of finalizing the 2014 ACE Award winners by merit out from over 80 candidates, and considered the caliber of recipients in their various categories.
ACE AWARDS recognize the importance of creative coaching and mentoring as the key to attract excellence and positive change anywhere anytime. It is an acknowledgement of excellence, empowerment and commitment to sustainable economic, environmental and societal development. Awards were presented to:
- Mr Raymond Ackerman of the Raymond Ackerman – Ackerman Foundation received the “Master Mentor – Entrepreneurship”;
- Tshepang Molisana, UCT Student Organization called Teach Out under an umbrella NPO called Ubunye received the “Youth Coach and Mentor” Award;
- Sunny Stout-Rostron of Sunny Stout-Rostron Associates received the “Master Mentor of Mentors” Award.