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reWorked: The Diversity and Inclusion Podcast. Join the EW Group team as they speak to leaders in diversity and inclusion, discussing best practice and wellbeing tips. Learn how you can rework your company culture to make it more inclusive. Brought to you by diversity consultancy, EW Group - we have 29 years of expertise in diversity consultancy, unconscious bias training and inclusive leadership.
 
DiverCity Podcast is all about equality, inclusion, and diversity in financial services, with leading commentators from around the world bringing fresh perspectives to the D&I debate. Hosted by Julia Streets, on each episode we seek to shine a light on positive progress, call out areas requiring further focus and offer lots of ideas to help drive change.
 
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Is our current discussion and hyperfocus on 'diversity and inclusion' a REAL indication that change is happening in corporate America? Does the feminism movement belong in the workplace? Are African Americans in leadership roles as the token 'face' of diversity, or do they really have the power to make a difference? And, am I the only one wondering how white men feel about all of this? (stop rolling your eyes...) ​ In this podcast, I'm talking about all of the things we're secretly thinking ...
 
Sometimes, it's our differences that make us stronger together!Each week, we will discuss the hottest topics in diversity, equity, and inclusion! But be not fooled by the name, most of our subjects are far more complex than black and white. Our podcast is perfect for educators, administrators and emerging leaders in K12, Higher Education, Public and Private Sectors. Submit questions by Monday of each week on our site www.kinecteducationgroup.com and subscribe for early access to weekly recod ...
 
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In this episode host Julia Streets is joined by Margaret Franklin, President and CEO of Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (CFA) and Fiona Hathorn, board advisor and Founder and CEO of Women on Boards UK. They discuss the importance of reporting, transparency and accountability of boards and how to help diverse talent find its route to the board…
 
Sue Unerman is Chief Transformation Officer at MediaCom, which is the UK’s largest Media Agency. She is also the co-author Belonging - The Key to Transforming and Maintaining Diversity, Inclusion and Equality at Work. In this episode, Sue joins Rachael Wilson to discuss what makes belonging different to inclusion, why majority groups are so vital t…
 
Morgan Christie's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Room, Aethlon, The Hawai'i Review, Blackberry, Little Patuxent Review, Obsidian, Alternating Currents, as well as other publications. Her writing has been anthologized in such presses as BLF Press's Black to the Future and the Resonance Network's Black Freedom Beyond Borders: Re- imagining Ge…
 
It's official... Dr. Brandi was canceled earlier this year after the ultimate "when DEI goes wrong" moment happened after one of her workshops. Her name was in international headlines and now you get to hear her perspective on what went down. Plus, she has a stern warning for employers and DEI consultants that you don't want to miss. Tune in today!…
 
To celebrate the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics we honour the might and tenacity of every disabled athlete. In this special episode host Julia Streets returns to the ever important disability discussion. She is joined by eight time (at the time of the recording!) Paralympic champion Sophie Christiansen, who is also a software developer at Goldman Sachs. Th…
 
With an estimated 1.7 billion people in the world without access to financial products or banking, this episode looks at social inclusion through the democratisation of finance. Host Julia Streets is joined by Noha Shaker, Founder and Secretary General of the Egyptian FinTech Association and the elected Vice President of the Africa FinTech Network,…
 
This episode discusses diversity and inclusion through data, leadership, insights and bias-free scientific intelligence. Host Julia Streets is joined by Rana Gujral, an entrepreneur speaker, investor and CEO at Behavioural Signals and Anna Tan, a leading Asian corporate transformation and leadership coach and consultant. This two part interview sta…
 
This episode discusses the Socio-Economic Diversity Taskforce, backed by the UK Treasury and the City of London Corporation, with the mandate to increase socio-economic diversity at senior level in professional and financial services. Host Julia Streets is joined by Yasmine Chinwala, a partner at capital markets think tank New Financial and Chris W…
 
Securing an environment of respect in which your team is encouraged to think critically are essential threads weaving into the fabric of your inclusive culture. Feeling encouraged to speak up, challenge thoughts, and have difficult conversations are vital in workplaces – after all, the most cutting-edge, risk taking and creative of organisations st…
 
This episode focuses on a detailed discussion about educating businesses and creating the best experience for transgender and gender diverse people in the workplace; from coming out, transitioning and workplace benefits of trans employees. Host Julia Streets is joined by Celia Daniels, Chief Programmes Officer for Trans Can Work and Meaghan Crocket…
 
This in-depth discussion focuses on the rise of the #StopAsianHate campaign and the United States Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, when President Biden signed the bipartisan Covid 19 hate crime legislation. Host Julia Streets is joined by Jeff Le, Vice President of Public Policy and External Affairs for Rhino from Washington D.C. and Nick Par…
 
This in-depth discussion focuses on the India Work Equality Index, India’s first comprehensive benchmarking tool for employers to measure their progress on lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) inclusion in the workplace. Host Julia Streets is joined by Ram Sinha, Co-Founder of Pride Circle, India and Vicky Hayden, Head of Global Partnerships at Stonew…
 
Born in Bradford and now living by the sea in the North East, Kate Fox is a poet, comic, radio journalist and wild swimmer. A regular guest on BBC R4, she is a doctor of comedy – it was the subject of her PhD – and identifies as neurodivergent. Kate and Rachael discuss what happens when some of these passions and talents intersect and explore what …
 
In light of the recent #StopAsianHate campaign; this in-depth discussion focuses on East Asian visibility and representation within financial services. Host Julia Streets is joined by Millie Gillon, the Global Head of Client Experience, MD Retail Banking, Standard Chartered and Sun-Hee Park, an International Capital Markets lawyer and founder of th…
 
Babita Sharma is a broadcaster, journalist and author. A well-known anchor for BBC News, Babita was born the daughter of first-generation immigrant shopkeepers in Reading, Berkshire. Her family’s story was the starting point for her critically-acclaimed documentary Booze, Beans & Bhajis: The Story of the Corner Shop which aired on BBC Four in 2016.…
 
Host Julia Streets is joined by Sir Kenneth Olisa, Founder and Chairman of Restoration Partners, Founder and Chairman of the Aleto Foundation. Freeman of the City of London, Liveryman and Past Master of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, Patron of Thames Reach and Paul Sesay, CEO at Precedent Group, Founder and CEO of Inclusive Co…
 
Heather is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley’s English literature program and has worked as a newspaper reporter, editor and contributor to mystery and television blogs. Currently, she’s employed in public affairs for a major health care organization where she writes human interest stories. She lives with her family in Santa Ro…
 
For our international Women’s Day episode, host Julia Streets is joined by Yvonne Thompson CBE, Entrepreneur, Campaigner and Activist and Vanessa Vallely OBE, Managing Director of WeAreTheCity. Together they share their experiences of the changing face of entrepreneurship and business over the decades. The discussion sets out priorities when buildi…
 
Tom Shakespeare is one of the UK’s leading social scientists. He is Professor of Disability Research at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He has taught, written and researched widely on disability rights and bioethics. In 2011 he co-authored and co-edited the World Report on Disability for the World Health Organisation. Among othe…
 
Milwaukee born Artist, Entrepreneur, Father, Husband, Civic Leader, Poet, Singer, Lover of Life, Uplifting Soul - Speech Speech is a 4X Platinum Recording artist and Lead vocalist for Arrested Development. Support him by following on Twitter: @Speech__ Support him by following on IG: @Speech__ Emerging Artists - https://www.victoryspot.org/classes …
 
In this extended episode in celebration of LGBT History Month, host Julia Streets is joined by Dr Daniel Conway, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Westminster, and Jack Guest, Diversity & Inclusion Lead, Global Wealth & Personal Banking at HSBC. They start the discussion by charting the social and politica…
 
Naomi Dickson is chief executive of Jewish Women’s Aid, the only specialist organisation in the UK supporting Jewish women and children affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence. She’s been involved in the organisation for two decades, starting out as a volunteer. Last year Naomi’s tireless work to support vulnerable women was recognised when …
 
Host Julia Streets is joined by Dr Kamal Munir of Cambridge Judge Business School and Lord Bilimoria of Chelsea, founder of Cobra Beer and President of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI). They discuss the Change the Race Ratio Campaign for greater racial equality in business and the importance of greater ethnic representation in universiti…
 
What better way to launch the 10th series of DiverCity Podcast, than for host Julia Streets to welcome guest Baroness Helena Morrissey DBE. In this far reaching discussion, they reflect on the 30% Club, which Helena founded in 2010, and discuss her role as Chair of the Diversity Project. Helena shares her insights and learning as an industry leader…
 
reWorked is the diversity and inclusion podcast which unpicks the fabric of working culture. We’re launching our fourth season with a special preview of the themes we think are going to be top of the agenda in 2021. From the health inequalities brought to light by Covid-19 to the Black Lives Matter movement, diversity and inclusion was never far fr…
 
In this episode, Dr. Brandi brings in a member of her team from the Calling All Allies Project, Emilio Osoria, to discuss what they call "performative inclusion". They challenge companies to move beyond superficial "signalling" to substantial action when it comes to their efforts toward inclusion. Submit your questions to team@doctorbrandi.com. Enj…
 
Host Julia Streets is joined by Mitesh Sheth, Chief Executive Officer of Redington and Jayne Styles, co-lead of the Diversity Project’s Ambassador Programme. They discuss 'building back better' in the investment management industry and the role of consultants and investors in driving change. They share detailed insights about how best to attract an…
 
While Instragram was designing their infamous "mute white people" emoji, Dr. Brandi created a post on LinkedIn directly asking white professionals to sit down with her to talk about all that's been going on. The experience was NOTHING like what Dr. Brandi expected. In this episode she's reflecting on her conversations with over 50 white professiona…
 
To mark the recent 25-year anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, activists and EW Group consultants, David Ruebain and Agnes Fletcher, look back at their involvement in campaigning for disability rights during the 1990s. They delve into what has been accomplished for progressing visibility and equality for disabled people and what …
 
Dr. Brandi is calling out EVERYONE who claims they're fighting for inclusion while hypocritically being exclusionary themselves. Oh yes, the "woke wars" as she calls them, are in full effect and you have officially been put on notice if you've been behaving badly in the name of "equity". How about demonstrating some emotional competence? How about …
 
Host Julia Streets is joined by Arlene McDermott, co-chair of the London Stock Exchange Group Proud network and Ethan Salathiel, coach, consultant, programme leader and entrepreneur.In this episode and timed to continue the support for Transgender Awareness Week Julia, Arlene and Ethan discuss what firms can do to make room for all LGBTQ+ employees…
 
Dr. Brandi invites listeners to join her for an episode of "So You Think You're an Ally", as she breaks down her top ten allyship #fails of Summer 2020. She talks about Democrats toting kente cloth garb, to the various arts-and-crafts projects (aka BML murals) that cities are wasting money on to show "solidarity" to Black/African Americans. This on…
 
Corporate America, If you're going to hire or promote an African American/Black professional or anyone for that matter, make sure that they've been put through a fair and equitable process like everyone else. Your employees can tell that Joe is a "token hire", and will most likely NOT take him seriously. Your motivation for hiring decisions is key.…
 
In this faith-focused episode, explored from Jewish, Christian and Sikh perspectives, host Julia Streets is joined by Zaki Cooper, Co-Founder of Faiths United, Wes Ilingsworth, Lead of the City Team at St. Helen’s Bishopsgate and Syra Sanghera, Analyst at Man Group and ambassador for City Sikhs and founding member of the Faiths United Network.Julia…
 
This month on reWorked, we are joined by EW Group diversity consultants Safina Nadeem and Yvonne Howard. EW Group’s Business Development Manager, Luke Robinson, sits down with Yvonne and Safina to look back on 2020 from the perspective of Covid-19 and anti-racism. They explore the changes to the world of work, with training going online, and the po…
 
In the debut episode of the Diversity and Confusion podcast, Dr. Brandi discusses why the current state of diversity and inclusion isn't as developed as it should be. She discusses why workplaces are becoming more and more uncomfortable, awkward, and even hostile. Finally, she provides some insight into what the rest of the season will entail -- a …
 
Host Julia Streets is joined by Amy French, Head of Level39 and Rosie Turner, Co-CEO and Co-Founder at InChorus Group.The Fintech for All Charter is a commitment to increase diversity and inclusion across Fintechs, led by InChorus and supported by Level39, Innovate Finance, the FinTech Alliance and the Financial Conduct Authority.In this episode Ju…
 
Julia Streets interviews Andrew Bailey, Governor of the Bank of England. This episode, recorded shortly after Inclusion Week, outlines how the Bank of England ensures that diversity and inclusion is embedded in its culture, its commitment to diversity and inclusion, as well as The Bank’s key areas of focus, which includes supporting staff during Co…
 
Karen Kennard first witnessed the difficulty of students being able to access information about education bursaries when her son embarked to University. She subsequently founded The Scholarship Hub, a social enterprise that offers a centralised database and support for students to explore funding opportunities for them. Karen talks to Lisa Jobson a…
 
Host Julia Streets is joined by Jon Guy, Secretary General of the Islamic Insurance Association of London and Dr Mohammed Abdel-Haq, Professor in Banking and a Director of the Centre for Islamic Finance at the University of Bolton. The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and Islamic Insurance Association of London (IIAL) have collaborated with the …
 
Sometimes, it's our differences that make us stronger together! Each week, we will discuss the hottest topics in diversity, equity, and inclusion! But be not fooled by the name, most of our subjects are far more complex than black and white. Our podcast is perfect for educators, administrators and emerging leaders in K12, Higher Education, Public a…
 
Host Julia Streets is joined by Rosemary Frazer, Disability Equality and Inclusion Consultant and Louise Newby, Director of Three Eggs Mental Health Training. Together they explore the resilience and realities of employees with disabilities and the compelling reasons for supporting employees and leaders with dedicated mental health programmes. They…
 
Outvertising is a not-for-profit advertising and marketing advocacy group that collaborates with brands to push for increased and more diverse LGBT+ representations in ads and on our screens. Outvertising’s Chair, Mark Runacus MBE, joins Mitch to discuss how organisations can become more inclusive in their messaging, and the positive impact this ha…
 
We had the WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY to speak with Tola Oni. Tola Oni is a Nigerian American entrepreneur based in Washington DC metropolitan. She began her career in medical research at NIH after studying pre medical and biological sciences then went on to achieve a doctorate degree in physical therapy. Tola practices Physical Therapy with a focus in …
 
Host Julia Streets is joined by Bem Le Hunte, Associate Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney and international author and expert in the field of Creative Intelligence, Susan Warner, Head of Community Engagement at Mastercard and Founder of Girls4Tech and Edwina Dunn, Chairman of Starcount and Founder of the Female Lead. In these three …
 
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