26/10/2021 11:30 - 13:00
The aim of the Summit is to discuss how do we define and increase socio-economic diversity in the workplace and bring forward thinking strategy that benefits not only our workforce but members too.
Our esteemed panellists including Karen Campbell-Williams, UK Head of Tax and Partner, Grant Thornton; Hashi Mohamed, Barrister, No. 5 Chambers and Reggie Nelson, Fiduciary Management, Distribution, LGIM; Podcaster presenter #YourWorkYourMoney; Advisory Board upReach, will talk about their journey and then discuss their thoughts on defining and increasing socio-economic diversity in the workplace. This event will be hosted by Steve Shaw, CEO, Wyndham James.
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Facilitator introduction to the panel
Steve Shaw,CEO,Wyndham James
Panel discussion: Social mobility – How do we define and increase Socio-Economic Diversity in the Workplace
Steve Shaw, CEO, Wyndham James
Karen Campbell-Williams, UK Head of Tax and Partner, Grant Thornton
Hashi Mohamed, Barrister, No. 5 Chambers
Reggie Nelson, Fiduciary Management, Distribution, LGIM; Podcaster presenter #YourWorkYourMoney; Advisory Board upReach
Q & A Session
Your opportunity to ask questions to the panel
Steve Shaw, CEO, Wyndham James (Facilitator)
An HR Director for more than 20 years, Steve Shaw has had an extensive career in public and private sector businesses across a number of international markets. Having run his own recruitment business, managed assessment centres for Boardroom candidates and held executive and non-executive directorships, he has a variety of experiences in engaging leadership and workforces around the world. Steve has placed, hired, coached and mentored employees at all levels from trainee to senior leadership. A keen cyclist and skier, when not focused on business matters, he also works hard (but not so successfully) on reducing his golf handicap.
Karen joined the firm in July 1994 and became a tax partner in 1997, and later head of tax for the North West practice. Karen then joined our Partnership Oversight Board and has more recently been appointed as head of tax and a member of the Strategic Leadership Team, leading our UK tax business. As well as her head of tax role she still has an active client facing role.
Karen works with a range of clients, from entrepreneurial start-ups to fully listed public limited companies to high net worth individuals. She has many PE backed clients and so has deep expertise in the opportunities and challenges they face. Whoever she is working with the aim remains the same: to give pragmatic, commercial advice that’s tailored to the client’s needs at each stage of their business life cycle.
Outside of work, Karen and her husband have five children and two grandchildren who keep them busy. She is a member of the North West Development Committee for the Prince’s Trust.
Hashi Mohamed, Barrister, No. 5 Chambers
Hashi Mohamed is a barrister in No5 Chambers based in London, specialising in planning & environment law. He is also an author, recently publishing his debut book ‘People Like Us’ which explores his experience of social mobility in Britain having come to the country as an unaccompanied child refugee aged 9. The session will cover Hashi’s experiences of growing up in Britain and facing the inequalities that exist in our society; what inclusion means for him; and what more he thinks can be done to challenge inequality and develop more inclusive behaviours.
Reggieis responsible for managing institutional client relationships at LGIM, a BBC Podcast presenter, and holds a BSc Economics degree from Kingston University. Reggie shines a light on why equal opportunities and levelling the playing field for those entering the world of work is an important priority for all workplaces. He has spoken about the importance of social mobility on platforms including BBC News, This Morning, TEDx and Sky News and currently sits on the advisory board at social mobility organisation upReach.
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