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Tired of everyone talking about Diversity & Inclusion and yet nothing seems to be changing?
In a session curated by the BIMA Diveristy Group, join us and a panel of awesome speakers for our Diversity & Inclusion breakfast where Diversity leaders who have successfully delivered change will be sharing their strategies for success.You’ll leave the event knowing the five things you should do now as well as know how to build and deliver your own Diversity & Inclusion strategy.
Tickets are free for BIMA members or £50 + VAT for non-members. To get your BIMA Member discount code email firstname.lastname@example.org
8.30am – Arrive, coffee and networking
8.45am – Talks kick off
10am – Talks end
Join us and our awesome line-up of speakers, and start your morning as you mean to go on!
Nancy Rowe – Digital Strategy and Insight Lead at SapientRazorfish
Nancy Rowe, Head of Insight, Razorfish London, is a trilingual, outgoing and optimistic strategic thinker. She’s experienced at deriving insight from both data and human understanding and has 19 years’ digital agency and client side experience, working across a variety of sectors including Charities, Consumer Electronics, Fashion, Finance, FMCG, Government, Pharmaceuticals, Retail, Telecommunications and Tourism.
Nancy founded a Women’s Leadership Network at Razorfish in 2011 in order to understand why women were not progressing into leadership roles at the same rate as men. Her role was to research the issue and present a strategy for improvement to the CEO and Board.
Nancy is now the CoChair of VivaWomen! UK – Publicis Groupe’s Employee Resource Group for Women – an initiative which spans across more than 15 advertising and communications brands in the UK.
Roxanne Hobbs, Founder of The Hobbs Consultancy
Roxanne is the founder of The Hobbs Consultancy. She has an advertising industry background and is passionate about driving transformation in the workplace via diversity and inclusivity. Roxanne is a huge advocate of inclusive leadership and believes that this is key to helping organisations get the best out of their people (male and female, of all ages, and from all backgrounds) and to succeed in creating a supportive, productive and diverse working environment. Roxanne believes that coaching is a critical tool in supporting individuals to ‘show up as themselves’.
Roxanne uses the Co-Active model in her coaching, which is built on the cornerstone that we are all naturally resourceful, creative and whole. She brings compassion, authenticity, warmth and a desire for change to her coaching. Roxanne has also been trained to deliver The Daring Way™ – Brené Brown’s curriculum that supports participants in living brave, showing up and being seen. It explores the concepts of vulnerability and shame, gets to grips with what keeps you playing small and builds resilience skills.
Serhat Ekinci, Director, OMG Ethnic at Omnicom Media Group
Suzy Levy, Managing Director, The Red Plate
Trevor Johnson, Director, Global Agency Partnerships
Trevor joined Facebook in early 2008 as one of Facebook’s first employees outside of the US, taking on the role of Head of Strategy and Planning to help build the EMEA organisation. He then moved to a global role to help build the APAC and LATAM commercial operations. In total Trevor assisted in establishing 14 Facebook offices across the globe as Facebook expanded its commercial footprint. Trevor now has a leadership role within Facebook’s Global Agency Development function, based in London. This team manages the strategic global relationships between Facebook and some of its large media and creative agency partners. Prior to this, Trevor held a series of senior Marketing and Strategy roles at AOL in Europe and left as the Head of Insights, EU. Before joining AOL Trevor worked at Ernst and Young, as Business and Strategy Analyst within the Consultancy practice.
More to be announced…
Tue, 31 Oct 2017
08:30 - 10:00
Facebook, 338 Euston Road, London, NW1 3BT,
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