Antonia Belcher is a founding partner of Building Consultancy, MHBC, and has over 40 years of experience in the construction and property sector. Since her transition in 2000, she has been dedicated to the promotion of diversity in the workplace and is a driving force and champion for LGBTQ issues.
Beth A. Brooke-Marciniak is Global Vice Chair - Public Policy at EY and is a member of the firm’s Global Executive Board. Beth has public policy responsibility for the firm’s operations in over 150 countries. In addition, she is the global sponsor for EY’s Diversity and Inclusiveness efforts. She has been named eleven times to the list of Forbes "World's 100 Most Powerful Women". In 2017, Beth received the Theodore Roosevelt Award, the top individual honor bestowed by the US National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). She has also been inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.
Responsible for developing, delivering and managing the Investment Management and Wealth Planning and Advisory solutions and teams, and the International and UK UHNW client coverage business.
Darra Gordon is a nonprofit executive leader who defines transformative business strategies and develops innovative solutions to move organizations forward. Darra has worked in the nonprofit field for nearly 20 years. She is the Chief Operating Officer for GLAAD, the largest LGBTQ non-profit Media organization in the world. Darra oversees GLAAD’s day to day Operations and is now leading them through accelerated growth. She was previously at Hetrick-Martin Institute, the nation’s oldest and largest LGBTQ youth service organization helping them achieve national expansion.
Over 30 years experience in the commercial office market in the UK. I advise developers, funds, and occupiers with a geographical focus on Greater London, the Thames Valley and the M25 Home Counties.
Co-founded Tonkotsu restaurant group in 2012 alongside business partner Kensuke Yamada. Nine Tonkotsu restaurants in London and Birmingham with serious expansion plans.
Throughout her entire career, Erin Uritus has worked to help mission-driven organizations and their staff partner with and energize stakeholders to achieve extraordinary impact, navigate through historical challenges and opportunities, and become healthier and happier along the way.
Dame Inga took over the helm of the 330-year-old London insurance institution Lloyd’s in 2014, after working over three decades in senior leadership roles in some of the world’s largest insurance companies. During her 5 year tenure at Lloyd’s, Dame Inga played a critical role in advancing diversity and inclusion initiatives across the global insurance sector and embedding a culture of innovation. She is now a portfolio director and motivational speaker with a strong focus on workplace equality. She was awarded her Damehood in 2017 for services to the UK economy.
Julia Hoggett has been the Director of Market Oversight at the Financial Conduct Authority since April 2017, having first joined the Authority in May 2014 as Head of the Wholesale Banking Supervision Department. In her current role, she is responsible for overseeing the conduct of participants in the primary and secondary markets through the listing, prospectus and market abuse regimes.
Spokesperson on charities, social enterprise and LGBT equality. Owner consultancy ThirdSectorBusiness providing business development and governance advice and thought leadership. World’s slowest cyclist.
Monica is a Managing Director at Accenture and serves as the global sponsor for the firm’s Pride network. She is an active member of the Human Rights Campaign and volunteers with several LGBT+ non-profits.
American-born artist Nancy Fouts is best known for her distinctive sculptural works, which reconfigure commonplace objects and materials with a characteristically playful and provocative humour. Combining Surrealism, Dada and Pop Art, her work brings together seemingly disconnected objects and ideas to revel in the inherent strangeness of the everyday.
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, affectionately known as Lady Phyll, is the co-founder of UK Black Pride. She is a senior official at the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) trade union, trustee of Kaleidoscope Trust, and a writer and public speaker focusing on race, gender, sexuality and class. She’s the recipient of numerous awards for her work in the community, including Campaigner of the Year at the 2017 European Diversity Awards.