Zeenat Jeewa

Zeenat Jeewa

London

Asian People's Disability Alliance

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Zeenat Jeewa is the CEO of the Asian People’s Disability Alliance, a charity based in Harlesden, Brent, London, which provides services to meet the needs of disabled people and carers in the Asian community.

Following its establishment in 1989, the APDA has been providing day, home and respite care for the disabled Asian community.

Zeenat Jeewa is the CEO of the Asian People’s Disability Alliance, a charity based in Harlesden, Brent, London, which provides services to meet the needs of disabled people and carers in the Asian community.

Career Overview

Following its establishment in 1989, the APDA has been providing day, home and respite care for the disabled Asian community. Under Jeewa’s leadership, it has since her 2007 appointment grown into a successful social enterprise with a sustainable annual turnover of over £600,000.

In July 2020, Jeewa appeared on a Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland podcast, discussing leadership and the impact it has had on her career to date.

Listen to Zeenat Jeewa's Leaders Council podcast.

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Undervalued, underappreciated, under-resourced: APDA chief discusses the crisis in social care

News | Published May 4th 2022, 8:36 am

Zeenat Jeewa is the CEO of the Asian People’s Disability Alliance [APDA] charity in Brent, London. Its role is to provide services to meet the needs of disabled people and carers in the Asian community. Given its position on the frontline of social care, Jeewa is more than familiar with the enormous challenges facing the industry. Sitting down on The Leaders Council Podcast, Jeewa highlights these issues in greater detail.Read more →


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