Diversity & Inclusion Roundtable

Join Toni McKay, Hannah Awonuga, and Mduduzi Mswabuki as they discuss lessons from the past, some of the significant steps taken to bring diversity and inclusion to the workplace, as well as what needs to be done to ensure success in the future.

1 Module
Masterclass instructor Mduduzi Mswabuki

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Masterclass Description

Never before has the world seen such a globally united voice demanding diversity and inclusion in the workforce. It’s been more than one year since the Black Lives Matter movement sparked the conversations around D&I in the professional world and one year after the STRETCH Conference. A lot has happened, and we are beginning to see some changes.

Join Toni McKay, Hannah Awonuga, and Mduduzi Mswabuki as they discuss lessons from the past, some of the significant steps taken to bring diversity and inclusion to the workplace, as well as what needs to be done to ensure success in the future.

What you’ll learn in this Masterclass

  • Learn how the past has changed today’s diversity into workplace.

  • Visualise what would be happening in the future into our workplace.

Instructor

Rosie Warin
CEO, Kin & Co
Rosie is CEO of Kin&Co, one of Management Today\'s 35 under 35 and a multi award-winning change-maker. With a background in behavioural psychology and a lifelong passion for equality and social justice, Rosie has become one of the leading figures of the purpose and culture movement. Since founding Kin&Co at 29 she has helped leaders at organisations like NatWest Group, Legal and General, Barclays, Citibank, Tesco and BT to transform their organisations for the better.
Toni McKay
Head of Inclusion, Tesco
Toni Mckay graduated from the University of Loughborough with a First Class Bachelors of Honor Degree in psychology. She then decided to pursue a career in retail management. After spending 15 years in stores leading and developing teams whilst ensuring colleagues were at the heart of everything she does. Her huge passion for colleague experience, culture, and inclusion has opened up an opportunity which sees her as Head of Diversity and Inclusion for the UK in Tesco
Hannah Awonuga
Global Head of Colleague Engagement, D & I, Barclays
Hannah is responsible for strategic oversight of the global employee resource groups, socioeconomic inclusion strategy, and the creation of synergies with employee relations functions. Over the past 16yrs, Hannah has spent time in the retail bank, business, and corporate bank before transitioning into Diversity and Inclusion in 2019. She has over 10years of leadership experience and has been named an inspirational D&I leader by the esteemed professional body D&I inspirational leaders 2021 list.
Mduduzi Mswabuki
Partner, EY
Mduduzi moved to the UK after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in Zimbabwe and has since spent over 15 years working with UK financial institutions focussed on firms in the banking and capital markets sectors. He is the sponsor for the EY Race & Ethnicity Network and has recently taken up a role as EY UK D&I co-chair. He has been instrumental in driving the diversity and inclusion agenda within the firm, most recently helping to drive EY’s external anti-racism commitments in response to BLM.

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Never before has the world seen such a globally united voice demanding diversity and inclusion in the workforce. It’s been more than one year since the Black Lives Matter movement sparked the conversations around D&I in the professional world and one year after the STRETCH Conference. A lot has happened, and we are beginning to see some changes. Join Toni McKay, Hannah Awonuga, and Mduduzi Mswabuki as they discuss lessons from the past, some of the significant steps taken to bring diversity and inclusion to the workplace, as well as what needs to be done to ensure success in the future.

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