A conversation exploring what it takes to get race equity cultures for everyone to belong, engage, and thrive in.
As part of Black History Month 2022, Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) will host an insightful panel discussion on how to prevent racism and discrimination. A multi-dimensional lens on inclusion and belonging for organisational cultures that include everyone and disenfranchise no one.
This is a hybrid event, with limited space for in-person attendees. Please register via the form below, and indicate if you would like to attend in person or via Zoom. Please note if attending in person that filming/photography is taking place at this event. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed/filmed please let the photographer/videographer know.
Womba is Departmental Finance Manager of the Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology department, and the recently appointed Chair for the University of Cambridge Race Equality Network (REN). This highly successful network has a membership of over 250 and Womba will tell us more about the role of the REN and how these contribute to inclusion and belonging. Even more exciting is that Womba will share with us the schemes the network is introducing.
Othman is a Senior Faculty in Management Practice (Finance) and the Deputy Director of the Executive MBA Programme at the CJBS and will share with us his experience as a member of the faculty at CJBS and what it means for organisational cultures to be truly inclusive.
Bola is a CJBS EMBA alumna, with over a decade of senior leadership experience in the healthcare Industry; providing strategic and technical direction to cross functional/multinational teams. Bola founded Orishi, which provides Inclusive Innovation solutions. She also a RAEng Visiting Professor of Healthcare Innovation, and sits on a number of boards. For this event Bola will share what’s required to get organisational cultures where inclusion and belonging is a reality.
Julian is a Partner & Co-Founder of MW&L Capital a mid market private equity investor. Prior to founding MW&L he was a partner and CEO of Goldman Sachs UK investment banking activities. He has extensive Non-Executive experience including in the not for profit sector. This includes his role as non-executive chair at the Professional Cricketers’ Association. Additionally, he is Chair of the Advisory Board, CJBS, and this board has been instrumental in shaping Diversity and Inclusion at CJBS. In his capacity Julian will lead this discussion with a focus on driving racism out of workplaces, associations, and organisations.
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