Ben joined Société Générale in June 2005 and was appointed Head of Human Resources, UK and Ireland in February 2016. Previously he held a number of senior roles including UK Head of HR Business Partners, Compensation Director, Head of HR Operations and Lead HR Business Partner for Coverage and Investment Banking and Global Finance. Ben sits on the UK Executive Committee for SG London Branch and is a member of the Global HR Executive Committee.
Prior to joining Société Générale, Ben was an HR Business Partner for Allianz Dresdner Asset Management. He has a Masters Degree in HR, a Bachelors’ Degree in Business Management and is a Board Director of the City HR Association; an UK Industry Association whose purpose is to support and provide best HR practice to over 170 organisations whose activities are directly involved in the financial services sector.
Ben has two young daughters and is passionate about being an active father. His other interests include spending as much time as he can in the countryside (where he lives), clay pigeon shooting and photography.
Andy started his career straight from school working as an Engineering Design Apprentice. After completing an HND in Computing, Andy spent the next few years working in IT consultancy, project management and IT management. In 1998 he joined Price Waterhouse in London as a Cyber Security Consultant focused on Ethical Hacking. Andy was admitted into the PwC Partnership on the 1st of July 2006. Andy is now the Lead Partner for the International Aid Development Consulting practice at PwC in the United Kingdom. Working primarily with the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), they use the Global network of PwC member firms and associated subject matter experts to improve the lives of the poorest and most vulnerable in the world and to promote sustainable economic development and prosperity.
He is a regular public speaker, usually focusing on the Strengths based development and Diversity and Inclusion. He has completed two TED Talks and has recently spoken on Gender Equality at the United Nations HQ in New York. Andy is a Trustee for the charities: Diversity Role Models, Action Breaks Silence and Opening Doors London. He is a judge for the National Diversity Awards, the Inclusive Business Awards, the We Are The City Rising Stars and the head judge for the Australian LGBTI Awards
Heather Melville was appointed as the Director for Strategic Partnerships and Head of Business Inclusion Initiatives in January 2016, following a successful career in International sales, a role which leverages vast global client relationships together with her sector specialism especially within the Retail and Textile industry. Heather was recently been recognised in Financial Times 2016 inaugural Upstanding 100 Executive BAME Power List (UK & US) and WeAreTheCity 2016, Top 5 Rising Star Champion for Diversity.
A graduate of the IBM business school, together with a wealth of international experience secured over a 30 plus year career in the world of finance, with the last 9 years primarily focused on the SME client base positioned her in a strong place to meet the evolving global challenges of her clients.
For a number of years, she has sat on the judging panel for the prestigious “UK Fashion & Textile Awards”, “The National Diversity Awards”, “We Are The City Rising Stars” as well as the “Brummel’s Top 30”. Through her partnership with the Latvian Chamber of Commerce in 2015, she is now a Patron and has been invited as a guest judge for this year’s International competition for young fashion designers within Europe.
The Founder and Global Chair of the RBS Focused Women’s Network, which is managed by volunteers, to date have Circ. 12,000 members in 33 countries. Not only does she sit on a number of internal and external diversity boards, in 2010 she was awarded the prestigious Women in Banking & Finance Award for Achievement under the category of Champion for Women, and in 2012 was also awarded the World of Difference 100 Award (TIAW) recognising her as one of the top 100 women worldwide who have made a difference to the economic empowerment of women.
Outside of the financial industry, having completed an executive coaching programme, Heather is a Career Coach and Mentor advising young people who are striving to be tomorrows Entrepreneurs. She represents RBS as a Non-Executive Director for Enterprise Enfield a business consultancy funded by the Government to help small businesses. As an established speaker Heather is regularly invited to speak at a number of global business forums, and last but not least is also a Justice of the Peace.
Heather is a mother of two sons, a grandmother of four girls, who enjoys jazz and driving fast cars!
Justine Lutterodt is Director of the Centre for Synchronous Leadership. She brings to her practice fifteen years of experience working with senior executives from professional services and Fortune 500 companies. Her project work has been recognised for its innovative design and high impact, receiving Business in the Community (BiTC) Race Equality awards in 2013 and 2014.
Outside of CSL client work Justine is an international conference speaker, an occasional lecturer, and a contributor to several community initiatives. Her thought pieces on ethical leadership have been featured at the World Economic Forum on three separate occasions. Justine serves as an advisory board member for the University of East London School of Business and Law, as chair of the judging process for the Diversity Legal Awards, and as judge for WeAretheCity’s Rising Star awards and BiTC’s Gender Equality Awards. She also sits on the executive committee of the multicultural chapter of the Network of Networks (TNON), and contributes to the gender and LGBT chapters. In 2016, Justine was named one of Britain’s most influential black entrepreneurs by BE Mogul.
Justine holds an MSc from LSE in Organisational Psychology and a BA from Yale in Maths and Philosophy, both with distinction.
Tanuja joined Schneider Electric in 2015 from BT Global Services, where she served as President, Strategy, Marketing & Transformation responsible for the growth transformation agenda. Prior to BT, Tanuja spent 10 years at Colt Group, in both strategy and operations roles – while at Colt she led the UK/IE Enterprise Business, was MD of Benelux and setup Colt’s Global Business division. Tanuja also led the acquisition of MarketPrizm – a low latency trading infrastructure company and was CEO of the entity driving the expansion into Asia and cross asset classes.
Tanuja’s professional career has also seen her working as Vice President of Strategy at EMC Corp where she led a number of key M&A initiatives and she worked seven years as a Consultant at McKinsey, specialising in technology and sales and marketing effectiveness, both in the United States.
Kay White is Author of the number 1 best-selling book The A to Z of Being Understood and Founder of the global mentoring company, Way Forward Solutions Ltd.
Kay mentors and coaches experienced career women, both one to one and in groups, and shows them how to express themselves most effectively to attract more income and opportunity by understanding how to ask for what they want and how to own, position and express their value and experience.
She draws upon the highs and lows of her own 20+year corporate career in international insurance broking in the City (working her way from secretary to Director level) and the stories and successes of her private and group clients. Kay’s passionate about showing career women how to confidently attract promotion, recognition and rewards by leveraging their skills, opportunities and relationships (all without losing themselves or selling their souls).
Funke is a solicitor and senior leader for Roche, the world’s largest biotech company. Currently the most senior black lawyer in her field, she is ranked by the Financial Times as being one of the top 20 BAME leaders internationally (UPStanding100 2016 Powerlist) and one of the most influential leaders of African/Afro-Caribbean heritage in the UK (The 2017 Powerlist).
A multi award winning solicitor and diversity leader, she has received both national and international recognition for her legal and diversity work. She is an experienced public speaker, speaking regularly about her personal journey to large audiences ranging from school children to senior professionals including regularly speaking in Parliament. She holds a number of board-level voluntary leadership roles across a range of different diversity organisations. In 2015, she founded a network supporting the international pipeline of female legal talent within the life sciences sector. She is a Committee member of a House of Lords-based diversity recruitment drive and also appears regularly on BBC 1 as a news reviewer, commenting on world business news.
Funke is a proud working mother, an expert mentor and sponsor, passionate about the law, diversity, education and healthcare. She is a regular media commentator, a keen fundraiser for various charities (including Cancer Research UK) and has twice served as school governor and as a board director. She recently founded the Akindolie Medical Scholarship in memory of her father, Dr. Frank Olufemi Akindolie. This is a privately funded bursary and leadership mentoring initiative aimed at supporting future UK doctors from a minority ethnic background.
In October 2016, Funke was honoured with a ‘Point of Light’ award by UK Prime Minister Theresa May and the UK Cabinet Office, recognizing the outstanding positive impact of her voluntary diversity work in improving workplace diversity and in supporting the next generation of future leaders.
Caroline Graham is a Programme Director at Barclays currently working for the Barclays International Structural Reform Programme. Within her nine years at Barclays, Caroline spent three years in India as Head of Location Change building out a change organisation across Mumbai and Chennai.
Caroline is passionate about the Diversity and Inclusion agenda. Within Barclays she is Co-Chair of the Win London gender network, founder of Win India and founder of the Win Assistants Forum. Externally, Caroline is co-founder and head of WeAreTheCity India, is an Associate Board Member of Gender Networks and has recently become a Corporate Ambassador for the charity Smart Works.
Originally from Glasgow, Caroline is now based in Twickenham and loves writing, networking, cycling and travelling.
Chuck is a recognized leader in Diversity and Inclusion (D&I). Leveraging more than a dozen years’ of experience building, deploying, and managing D&I practices, Chuck delivers measurable, business-focused solutions that meet the demands of complex organizations. He has guided some of the world’s largest companies in addressing their D&I challenges while increasing their eminence as diversity leaders. He has deep experience establishing and governing broad-based D&I practices that are tailored to the needs of individual business units while leveraging knowledge across the organization.
Established relationships with Fortune Magazine, Human Rights Campaign, Stonewall, Race for Opportunity, UN Women, Working Mother, OpportunityNow, outstanding, The Guardian newspaper, and others have contributed to drive brand eminence and D&I impact.
Birgit is the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at HSBC. She was previously Head of Private Banking Initiative, Global CMB, HSBC, and also held COO roles within Corporate Communications & Marketing and Corporate Development in HSBC’s GBM business.
Named one of The International Alliance for Women’s World of Difference Top 100 for 2012, European Diversity Awards Inspirational Role Model in 2012, and Women of the Future’s Mentor of the Year in 2009, Birgit has been actively involved in driving diversity efforts in the corporate world for a number of years. At HSBC she was founding co-chair of its Balance employee network for men and women as well as a founding member of the Women on the Wharf initiative linking up the financial and professional services firm’s gender networks in London’s Canary Wharf. She sits on leadership committee for Out on the Street, the global LGBT forum for financial services.
She previously served as UK Director for the Center for Talent Innovation, a non-profit think tank based in NY. Her financial services experience includes communications at Atos Euronext Market Solutions and a variety of roles at electronic broker Instinet. Prior to her work in financial services Birgit worked with book publisher Henry Holt and Company, branding agency Wunderman and restaurant chain Planet Hollywood in NY. Birgit also currently sits on the board of legal charity Advocates for International Development.
Tamara Box is an internationally recognised expert in legal and financial structuring and in strategic financial advice. She is currently Global Chair of the Financial Industry Group at international law firm Reed Smith, where she also serves on the firm’s Executive Committee.
A founding member of the 30% Club Steering Committee, Tamara is knowledgeable and passionate about the efforts to establish gender parity in corporations and professional organisations. In order to achieve gender balance, she focuses strongly on the pipeline of talent that takes rising stars up the leadership chain.
A few years ago, she created Women in Structured Finance to actively encourage and mentor women in the male-dominated sector. She is a member of the Board of Governors of the London School of Economics, where she is also a frequent speaker. For the past two years, she has been the chair of “Women of Influence”, an initiative that has raised almost £1 million in support of the senior women fellows of Cancer Research UK.
Tamara was a commissioner on the All Party Parliamentary Group’s first Commission on the Future of Management & Leadership, which launched at the House of Commons in 2014. She has lectured at the University of South Bank, debated at the Oxford Union, and written articles for many publications on the topic of gender balance and the pipeline of talent women offer. Tamara is also a member of The Committee of 200 (C200), an invitation-only organisation of women who mentor future female leaders through scholarship programmes at the world’s foremost universities. Last year she was instrumental in selecting three rising stars at the LSE for this honour.
Caroline is a partner at Simmons & Simmons in London. She joined the firm in 1997 and became a partner in 2008. Caroline is a financial markets litigation specialist with a particular focus on wealth management firms and complex products sold to high net worth investors. She also regularly advises on the contentious regulatory aspects of the FCA’s product and distributor governance in the retail structured products and asset management sectors.
Since 2015 Caroline has been an elected member of the Firm’s Board. She also has responsibility for the Firm’s market leading eDiscovery team and is a member of the Firm’s Innovation Committee, which is comprised of individuals from across the firm who have a track record of innovation.
Caroline is passionate and committed to improving gender diversity within Simmons & Simmons and chaired the firm’s first female partner conference in 2016 which was all Simmons & Simmons female partners from across its international network, together with our senior management team and key male colleagues. The conference was part of Simmons & Simmons step change in how it approaches creating inclusion and greater diversity within the partnership, as well as considering issues as to pipeline, sponsorship and role modelling.
Outside of work Caroline is a keen skier and has enjoyed heli-skiing in the wilds of north Canada for the past 3 years. She also organises the Simmons & Simmons London litigation ski trip, which has been a fixture in the firm for over 25 years.
Born and raised in Syria, Luma obtained her BA in Economics from Damascus University and worked as an Economist for two years while teaching Principals of Banking at the Commercial Polytechnic. In 2003, Luma won the UK’s FCO Chevening Scholarship to complete her master’s degree in the UK at Cass Business School.
Luma joined a small London-based merchant bank in 2004 where she rotated between Front Office relationship team, Trade Finance operational area and the Risk Management team.In 2012, Luma joined Barclays Plc where she continues to work today. Her role covers providing Subject Matter Expertise in Sanctions and Financial Crime within Barclays.
Luma is Member at Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment and has CISI’s Diploma in Investment Compliance and an ICA Diploma in AML with distinction. In 2016 she was named We Are the City Rising Star in Banking. She’s married and lives in Kent with avid interest in current affairs, FinTech and Financial Inclusion, foreign policy and photography.
Kim is a Corporate Associate solicitor at Dentons UKMEA LLP. Having graduated in 2010 with a first class honours degree in Business Law, Kim qualified into corporate law, following her LPC and training contract, in 2012. Kim was recently promoted to a level 2 associate, following her Rising Star in Law Award 2016, and has experience of advising all types of businesses from owner-managed businesses through to large listed multinational groups in relation to a wide range of corporate transactions including acquisitions and disposals. Last year, Kim also completed a 6 month client secondment to Network Rail, where she worked in the Corporate team.
Outside of law Kim is passionate about helping young people and enjoys volunteering at various organisations. In particular she has recently been appointed as a trustee of St Francis’ Children’s Society, a children’s charity and adoption agency based in Milton Keynes which places children with new families and offers support to anyone involved in the adoption process. She is also a school governor at a local secondary school, a professional ambassador for Aspiring Solicitors which aims to educate and inform the next generation of the legal profession about the importance of diversity and promote and encourage diversity within the profession and regularly volunteers for Worktree, an employability education charity on a mission to help young people succeed in work by broadening their career awareness, stimulating their aspirations and enhancing their communication skills.
Rupal is passionate about diversity, women’s empowerment and the power of the corporate sector to create lasting contributions to societies. She has over a decade of experience in financial services strategy consulting, most recently as Chief Operating Officer of Oliver Wyman’s EMEA Insurance Practice.
Rupal is strategic advisor to Oliver Wyman’s Social Impact team, which takes a capabilities-based approach to creative positive social change. She is passionate about access to finance for women, as well as gender diversity in financial services, where Oliver Wyman continues to drive the global agenda and provide actionable solutions. She co-chairs Oliver Wyman’s women’s network across 30+ offices globally, leading programmes including executive-level cross-company mentoring with the 30% Club and speaking at conferences to share best-practices.
Rupal is on the advisory board for an international executive-search firm. In 2016 she was listed on Brummell’s 30 Ones to Watch 2016: Rising Stars of the City and as a 2016 Rising Stars Diversity Winner.
Julie joined Zurich in March 2006 and spent eight years in employee communications and engagement. In 2014 she took a career move into HR to lead diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the UK. This included establishing the strategy and priorities, governance and the set-up of four Employee Resource Groups (multi-cultural, gender, LGBT and disability) which have grown to over 1,000 members. Under Julie’s leadership Zurich UK has received substantial external recognition including achieving 2016 Overall Winner – Private Sector at the Employers’ Network for Equality & Innovation (ENEI) awards.
In June 2016, Julie was recognised at the WeAreTheCity Rising Stars awards in the diversity category.
In late 2016, Julie was asked to lead the global implementation of Zurich’s diversity and inclusion framework. She is committed to creating a workplace that attracts and retains talent, with a culture of inclusion that enables everyone to have their best experience.
Outside of work Julie lives with her husband and her two young children. She is a volunteer Girl Guiding Leader, and enjoys running, travelling and continued learning. Most recently, she has embarked on a Mindfulness Diploma.
Having graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in International Business in 2015, Shauna already has a wealth of international experience from her time studying in Australia, France, Germany and China, and working in the USA, The Netherlands and The UK. She has a passion for sales, which started during her Secondary School years, setting up various small businesses both inside and outside of school. Her progression has led her to work for a Silicon Valley based technology company, starting in Inside Sales, and recently being promoted to an Account Manager, after her Rising Star win in 2016, having responsibility for her own UK territory and revenue targets.
Outside of the office, Shauna is a member of the Women’s Equality Party, enjoys attending various events, recently attending a Women In Technology event hosted by The Guardian at Skype HQ London, and was a participant at a TEDx Event in 2015, where she gave a speech on ‘Making Your Own Luck’.
Sarah Chapman is a Technical Manager at global science company 3M. She graduated from the University of Southampton with a degree in Chemistry and has held a variety of roles in industry including technical service engineer, regulatory specialist and project manager for the build of a multi-million pound Customer Innovation Centre at 3M’s Bracknell head office. Obsessed with STEM education and people development, Sarah is a keen STEM Ambassador and active member of the 3M’s Women’s Leadership Network. She is a trained coach, experienced mentor and champion of flexible working – which is proving handy as she recently started a family of her own. Sarah was a key contributor to 3M’s Big Tick Education Award and last year won a WeAreTheCity Rising Star Award.
Susan Berardi has over 25 years of experience in corporate business development, management and business consulting and training. With experience across a range of industries from telecommunications and IT to financial, retail and consultancy, Susan has a range of areas of expertise including strategic leadership, high impact communication, the art of good management and motivational speaking. She is passionate about developing the potential of others and believes inspiration and communication is at the heart of all training and coaching.
Des Christofi works as an executive coach and facilitator with senior leaders and teams seeking or undergoing change in the private or public sector. Des works across a range of industries and holds expertise in areas including talent management, cultural assessment, employee engagement and stakeholder engagement. Her vast international and cultural experience allows her to maximise her impact and influence throughout her many years of working with global organisations.
Deon is a business owner, a writer and a father.
Deon has made businesses fly, and has been at the helm when they have failed. He has been running small businesses and consultancy firms for near on 15 years. He is a master of coaching psychology, and he understands human nature – a key ingredient for good public speaking.
Deon has spent the past 15 years helping business owners and senior executives drive improvement in bottom-line results by mastering their power to influence and building real trust when presenting and public speaking.
He challenges people to re-examine their intentions and values and use their story to influence their leadership presence – their ability to communicate and relate to others. He does this, by getting to heart of why people don’t want to express their true self.
Beth Chadwick is an strategic and innovative organisational effectiveness professional and consultant with over 20 years’ global experience. She has solid grounding in HR and extensive experience in designing and delivering communications and impact, engagement, and leadership programmes. Her areas of expertise include leadership development, personal brand and impact, change and talent strategy and enabling high performing teams. Beth thrives on helping individuals to maximise their potential, and brings passion, energy and creativity to all her work.
Suzy is a coaching psychologist specialising in wellbeing, stress management and facilitation of healthy lifestyle change. She holds a B. Psychology (Hons) degree from the University of Sydney and a M.
Psychology (Org) degree from the University of New South Wales, Australia, is a certified yoga teacher, and a qualified personal trainer. Her coaching is informed by Positive Psychology, the Mindfulness Tradition, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Suzy offers an integrated approach to wellbeing: nurturing head, heart and body, and is passionate about teaching tools of self-care to help people weather and recover from periods of stress, loss and change and to boost resilience in the face of future challenges. Suzy is a contributing editor for Psychologies Magazine and the Psychology Expert for wellbeing brand Neom Organics.
The Leadership map is constantly changing – and that’s how it should be.
What was expected of leaders 20 years ago is not necessarily relevant any more.
New business and organisational challenges, new world challenges (lack of resources, changing political climate, greater global collaboration) and new generations with new expectations are some of the reasons why the concept of Leadership needs to evolve fast – in order to meet the demand of a fast-moving future.
Mandy and Elisabet are dedicated to continuous leadership development, for chairmen and CEO’s, team leaders and everyone in between, as well as aspiring, future team leaders of tomorrow. As business leaders themselves, having spent many years in the corporate world, they know first-hand how leadership can help drive both employee engagement, customer loyalty and bottomline results.
They work with organisations, teams and individuals all around the world. They facilitate real, transformational change. They advise (on both strategy and tactics), speak, coach, write and engage to help people develop. Organisations are made up of people first – and what people do and how they behave in the process is crucial for sustainable organisational success. It starts with each individual.
Mandy Flint & Elisabet Vinberg Hearn, business owners and multi-award-winning authors of ”The Team Formula” and ”Leading Teams – 10 Challenges: 10 Solutions” published by Financial Times publishing
Praise for ”Leading Teams: ”This book is a 21st-century guide on how to build a world-class team. I highly recommend it” Steve Siebold, Founder, Mental Toughness University, Florida USA.
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Joanne has over 22 years restructuring experience and has led on some of EYs highest profile restructurings, including Metronet and Mid Staffs NHS Foundation Trust.
Joanne leads the government and public sector offering in restructuring and joined EY as a school leaver, making partner last year. A passion of Joanne’s is diversity and inclusive leadership, having been on the leadership team of EY’s Women’s Network for the last 6 years, formerly as co-chair and now leading our D&I initiatives with clients.
I am a passionate diversity and inclusion (D&I) leader with over 10 years’ experience in directing diversity initiatives. Able to build strong interpersonal relationships at all levels from board level to volunteers, I am driven to execute to the highest standards.
Currently I serve as Head of Inclusion at the Bank of England, developing and embedding our Inclusion strategy to colleagues to support them so they can all deliver their best work and contribute to the good of the people of the UK.
Previously, I developed and embedded the diversity and inclusion architecture and strategy in the Barclays Investment Bank and overseen a sustained improvement in the diversity of the population.
In my role as Capgemini’s UK Talent Diversity and Inclusion Lead, my focus is ensuring that we attract, retain and develop the best possible talent from as broad a population as possible. We know that teams with a rich diversity of backgrounds and profiles are the ones which come up with cutting edge innovative solutions. We have a terrific offering for all our employees, and we want to make sure that message is out there in the market place for everyone to see.
I believe that inclusion is about more than just the absence of exclusion. We have to make a proactive and concerted effort to ensure that everyone in our organisation feels completely free to be their real selves at work. That’s why I believe it’s so important to ensure visibility for all kinds of relatable role models – everyone needs someone to look up to.
As a mum to two small girls, I’m especially passionate about ensuring that girls and women have strong and relatable role models to inspire them in their careers; and I am a huge believer in the value and importance of mentoring at every stage in a career.
Rebecca is an Enterprise Sales Leader at LinkedIn within their Talent Solutions business and has almost 20 years of experience and a career spanning Cloud Software, Recruitment, Management Consulting and now Social Media. She has an excellent track record in business development and business transformation and is an active member of the Diversity and Inclusion networks in the UK. Rebecca is incredibly passionate about mentoring and how diverse teams drive success in organisations.
Kelly joined World First as Group HR Director in November 2014. After graduating from UCL with a degree in Psychology, she went travelling around South East Asia and Australasia before starting her HR career at QAS Limited – a subsidiary of Experian Plc. Most recently she headed up the HR team at Stemcor Ltd – a privately owned international steel trading company.
Starting her career working at the branch of a local bank while completing her Masters of Philosophy, Melanie is a Business, Media and Creative Strategist with over 20 years experience working for global brands including IBM and EY, She specialises in working with large and small organisations to implement strategies and plans for growth and sustainability. She appears frequently in media, speaking on business and leadership, and her work and advice have been featured on BBC and Sky News, in The London Evening Standard, Management Today, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, and City AM. She loves education and lifelong learning and dedicates part of her time to being a professor, teaching courses in both Business Strategy and Leadership & Management. Alongside being the Chair and Co-Founder of the Black British Business Awards, the first awards of its kind in the UK, Melanie is also a champion of the arts and is the Executive Producer for the Women of the World Festival (WoW) a global movement based out of the Southbank Centre, occurring in 5 continents and 41 cities around the world.
Alex is a Partner at the Management Consultancy firm Baringa Partners. He joined in 2007 to help set-up their Financial Services practice having spent the previous 10 years working across the Financial Services sector. At Baringa Alex has taken a number of leading roles around the people agenda and has been central to helping shape the culture of the company, which has been recognised over the last 10 years through “Great Place to Work Awards”. Most recently Alex has taken on sponsorship for the Balance Baringa programme, which is Baringa’s Diversity and Inclusion initiative.
Outside work Alex is married with four young children who are the focus of most of his spare time, but when not at the park, Alex enjoys taking part in “very amateur” motor racing (racing the Caterham he built himself) and is currently learning to fly.