SkillsCast coming soon.
We all know diversity matters and should be a commercial imperative in every industry. It's time to stop talking and start doing. In the critical era of technological advancement, its time for Women to take their rightful place amongst Technology giants and demand (not ask) for the same opportunity, legitimacy, recognition and credit men get.
Women won't get this by waiting their turn or suffering in silence. They must create opportunities where there are none and bring their folding chair to sit at the table where no extra chairs exist. Corporate responsibility can only take us so far - individual responsibility for your representation (be it gender, race, sex, etc) is critical to making diversity matter. This talk will explore how women can make this happen in and out of the workplace. Stop Talking - Start Doing!
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Make Your Diversity Count
Lawyer, Founder of Women in Leadership Publication; Political and Women's rights activist. Dr Mos-Shogbamimu is a New York Attorney and Solicitor of England & Wales with broad expertise in the financial services industry, an author, public speaker and political commentator featured in mainstream and online media. Founded the Women in Leadership publication as a platform to drive positive change on topical issues that impact women globally through inspiring personal leadership journeys; and established She@LawTalks to promote Women & BAME leadership in the legal profession through universities and secondary schools. She is also the Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Africa committee. A political & women’s rights activist, she also teaches intersectional feminism to female refugees and asylum seekers; scrutinizes government policies from a gender and diversity inclusion perspective; and co-organises women's marches and social campaigns. An academic enthusiast, she has an Executive MBA (Cambridge); PhD (Birkbeck); LLM (London School of Economics & Political Science); MA (Westminster) and LLB Hons (Buckingham University).