Kike Oniwinde Agoro, is the Founder and CEO of BYP Network, a platform that connects black professionals to each other and corporations. She is a BSc Economics graduate of The University of Nottingham, University of Florida MSc scholar, and an ex-Great Britain javelin thrower.
After gaining work experience in investment banking, Kike then worked in Business Development at a fast-growing financial technology for two years because she realised ‘tech is the future’. Her motivation for starting BYP Network was to “change the Black narrative” and the platform has since grown to over 150,000 members and over 1000 corporate clients including Facebook, Burberry and Goldman Sachs. BYP members have been upskilled through mentorship, thought-leadership events and industry specific insight along with an enhanced network.
Kike is a Forbes 30 under 30, Maserati Top 100 Most Innovative Founders and a Computer Weekly UK Top 50 woman in Technology. She is on the board of the London Chambers of Commerce Black Business Association, Getting on Boards and is a London Tech Ambassador. Kike is a proud wife and mother to her daughter, Yetunde, who was named after her mum that passed away 7 months before her birth.
Will Njobvu is a TV & radio broadcaster who hosts radio shows on Capital XTRA and regularly works with ITV. He started off his career working behind the scenes as a freelance broadcast journalist and producer with ITN & Sky News. He eventually worked his way in front of camera when he started co-hosting on Channel 5’s flagship morning show Jeremy Vine. He then went on to present ITV2’s entertainment news bulletin FYI Daily.
In 2021, Will hosted The Masked Singer UK’s first companion show Unmasked for ITV2 & ITV Hub. He also occasionally hosts the Entertainment News slot on ITV’s Good Morning Britain.
Will is also regularly booked to appear as a celebrity guest on various entertainment panel chat shows including Love Island Aftersun on ITV2, The Apprentice: You’re Fired on BBC Two and more.
Courtney Daniella Boateng and Renée Kapuku, Co-Founders of To My Sisters
Courtney Daniella Boateng and Renee Kapuku are two women on a mission – to see women win. The two women are the co-founders and co-hosts of To My Sisters, a leading community-powered women’s organisation and fastest-growing sisterhood. Starting as a hit podcast in 2020, TMS has since blossomed into a truly global community of young, enterprising and self-aware women with a mandate to change their lives. Through live events, retreats, resources, productions, and more, TMS has one mission – to inspire 1 million women across the globe to grow and glow together.
Bisi Akins is a Presenter, Voice Over Artist and Social Entrepreneur. She is also the Founder of All Things Africa. She embodies the modern Nigerian British woman, whose platform exudes authenticity, encouraging young women to see themselves truly, look beyond the ‘selfie,’ and understand and appreciate their sense of self-worth. She believes there is power in truly understanding and connecting with our roots, whatever they may be. She hopes that her works through education and storytelling will contribute to someone’s journey to identifying their power in self.
Marilyn Chinwenwa Okoro is a British track and field athlete. She finished third in the 800 metres at both the 2007 and 2008 IAAF World Athletics Final. She was on the bronze winning 4 × 400 m relay at the 2007 World Championships in Athletics and the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008.
Marilyn is the Program Lead for the New to Career function at Equinix, the world’s leading data infrastructure company. Marilyn is also a Public speaker, Life Coach and Mentor and champion of women and girls. Driving change in professional sport and athlete welfare she founded a podcast series called Detach the Stigma. Marilyn is also an ACGP governance practitioner.
Marilyn grew up in Northwest London Stonebridge Park one of the most vibrant yet deprived boroughs in London. Marilyn took up running aged 10 when she attended Abbots Hill, a boarding school in Hertfordshire. As a keen lacrosse, tennis and netball player, Marilyn believes that her diverse background in sport is reflected in her versatility in athletics. Whilst she specialises in the 800m, she is also competitive in the 400m and 1500m.
She also attended Stowe School, Buckinghamshire, and on 26 June 2007 graduated from the University of Bath with a B.A. degree in Politics and French, then starting her first season as a full-time athlete. Once at Bath University Marilyn chose to specialise in Athletics. Here was where much of her early global success in track began, captaining the team and winning an 800m Bronze Medal at the World Student Games in 2005. The following year she was selected to represent England at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia.
Marilyn went on to represent the Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the England team for 9 consecutive years. Highlights to date include a World Championship Bronze, European Bronze and Silver and Olympic Medallist.
Joe Manning, Partner -Deal Advisory at KPMG
Joe is a husband, a dad to three and a Manchester United season ticket holder. He joined KPMG in 2014 as a Manager in the Major Projects Advisory (MPA) practice and was promoted to Partner in 2022. Prior to KPMG Joe worked for one of the UK’s largest tier one infrastructure contractors for 6 years as a Quantity Surveyor. Joe’s role at KPMG involves helping public and private sector clients to deliver their big, complex capital infrastructure projects with more certainty. The team of 10 that Joe joined in 2014 is now 100+.
Essi has been with KPMG for 7 years and is a Director in the Financial Services Transfer Pricing team. A financial controller by background, Essi changed career after her first 4 years of employment to become a transfer pricing specialist, having discovered and enjoyed this field, and has worked both in-house and as a consultant. As part of her role at KPMG, she leads large global documentation and implementation projects for clients mainly in the Insurance, Banking and Asset Management sectors. Essi is passionate about mentoring, education, women empowerment, promoting an equitable culture in the workplace and society for ethnic minorities, as well as food security initiatives. She is active in various KPMG IDE initiatives, supporting the BLAP or Women in FS mentoring programmes for example. She also sits on the firm’s BH Steering Group, leading the Leadership & Accountability pillar.
Rhoda Ejiga is a Director in KPMG’s regulatory consulting practice. She has over 15 years experience in the Financial Services sector particularly with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulations. Prior to joining KPMG in 2016, Rhoda worked for two global investment banks, JPMorgan and Barclays.
Pamela Moore is an experienced Human Resources Advisor with a demonstrated history of working in the luxury retail industry and most recently Technology. Skilled in Microsoft Word, Retail, Sales, Communication, and English. Strong human resources professional with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) focused in International Business from Kingston University.
Akintayo is an experienced Product Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Skilled in Project Management, Business Analysis, Data Analytics, Agile Software Development, Team Building, and UX. Strong product management professional graduated from Product School.
Damilola Akinyemi: Commercial Finance Analyst
Damola Akinyemi is a multifaceted professional in finance and strategy. Currently, as a Commercial Finance Analyst at Dojo, Damola leverages his extensive experience. He previously served as a Senior Strategy Analyst at Hopin and made significant contributions during his time at Google, specialising in enterprise business sales.
Apart from his corporate roles, Damola is an author, focusing on investing during challenging periods, and advocates for democratising stock market access. His career embodies a commitment to excellence and innovation, making him a sought-after speaker and professional in finance and strategy.
Lux Chinyande: Talent Development Manager
Lux Chinyande is a dedicated professional with a remarkable journey in talent development and coaching. Currently serving as a Talent Development Manager at Dojo, Lux has accumulated three years of invaluable experience in cultivating and nurturing talent. Her expertise shines through her role as a Talent Development Partner, where she has contributed for two years.
Mofe Salami: Technology Partner Advocate
Mofe is a seasoned tech professional with a decade-long background in application development, software engineering, and developer advocacy. In his current role as a Technology Partner Advocate at Dojo, Mofe spearheads innovation and forges strategic partnerships. Proficient in Application Development, API design, and cloud platforms like AWS and Google Cloud, he empowers organisations to excel in the digital realm. Prior to joining Dojo, Mofe held pivotal positions at Yapily and IBM, honing his expertise in Docker, Kubernetes, Microservices, and REST APIs. Mofe’s commitment to knowledge-sharing and his problem-solving skills have made him a respected figure and sought-after speaker in the tech community.
Baba Jallah Epega: A Renaissance Entrepreneur
With over 30 years of global corporate experience, Baba Jallah Epega is a visionary entrepreneur. He divested his majority shareholding in www.emc3.com, an events and marketing agency he founded in 1999, at the start of this decade. Now, he lends his expertise to www.theemcagency.com, consulting in marketing and communications for clients like First Bank of Nigeria, First City Monument Bank, and Yale University.
Baba’s influence extends to www.driven-international.com, where he represents Africa in sports and motorsport destinations. As the Executive Producer of “Song Queen: A Pidgin Opera” by his wife, Helen Epega (www.thevenusbushfires.com), he pioneers a unique musical phenomenon.
A dedicated philanthropist, Baba is involved with The Richard Coker Foundation (RCF), assisting underprivileged children and combating Sickle Cell Anaemia Disease.
Baba’s journey began with www.emc3.com, serving global clients including LinkedIn, Facebook, and Google. He’s collaborated with notable figures such as HRH Queen Elizabeth II, the Dalai Lama, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Holder of a BSc (Hons) in Mathematical Economics and Spanish, Baba’s diverse interests span history, literature, sports, and cosmology. His influence extends to global media platforms, including CNN and BBC.
Baba Jallah Epega is a multifaceted entrepreneur, leaving an indomitable legacy across various domains.
Dom Scott, Managing Director, Lifetime Connect
Dom Scott is the managing director of a UK wide personal finance services business, who is naturally driven to deliver high business quality standards. He is also a board member of 360 DotNet, a leading technology provider.
As an avid believer in supporting the next generation, he is a board trustee of Making the Leap, one of the largest Social Mobility charities in the UK. In addition to this he enjoys working with young people through one-to-one mentoring and actively supports initiatives to bring fresh talent into the industry. He also sits on the board of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries where he collaborates with other business leaders to improve how the sector works for all stakeholders
Kenny Imafidon is an entrepreneur, author, and social commentator. He is the co founder & Managing Director of ClearView Research, an agency that specialises in research, strategy, and engagement projects focused on diverse and underrepresented communities. In 2022 he was featured in Forbes’ annual 30 under 30 list for Social Impact.
Kenny has worked on projects across the world, with global brands, international charities, and large philanthropic foundations, such as Uber, Deliveroo, Starbucks, Tinder, Twitter, Wellcome Trust, and UNICEF UK.
Kenny has worked on projects across the world, with global businesses such as Vodafone, Uber, Starbucks, and Twitter and with international charities, and large philanthropic foundations, such as Wellcome Trust, Macmillan, One Young World, and UNICEF UK.
His debut book “That Peckham Boy” was recently published by Penguin Random House (Torva Imprint).
Kenny is a trustee of several charities such as BBC Children in Need, Strength Within In Me Foundation (S.W.I.M), and City Gateway, where he is currently the Chair of the Board of Trustees. He is on the advisory boards of the HM Queen’s newest charity, Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, and youth charities Spark Inside and Peer Power. Kenny is also the co-founder of OnBoard, which is a programme that supports diverse talent to be board-ready for non-executive roles. Alongside Lord Michael Hastings CBE, he is also the co-founder of My Brother’s Keeper, a voluntary group that supports men (mainly serving long-term sentences) in 6 prisons across the UK.
Hibaag Rooble: Global Partner Development Manager at Microsoft and Business Manager for the UK Employee Resource Group, EMBRACE.
Prior to this role, I was working in our UK Business Applications part of the business as a Technical Specialist within Major and Strategic Banking FSI supporting some of the UK’s largest banks with their digital transformations.
Ifeoma Nembhardt – Technical Systems Engineering Leader: Development, Data Insights & Integrations at Cisco
With over 15 years of dedicated service at Cisco, Ifeoma Nembhardt brings a wealth of experience to the table. Her professional journey spans leadership roles in Program, Product, Service management and Engineering, specialising in applications and solutions within Cisco’s IT organisation. Presently, she leads Development, Data Science and Integration Governance teams, focusing on facilitating connections, automation, and delivering forward-looking insights into the future of work and Cisco’s Hybrid Workplace.
Beyond her professional achievements, Ifeoma is a fervent advocate for diversity, innovation, and nurturing young talent in the tech industry. She is a founding member of ‘Your Future, Your Ambition (YFYA)’, and has spearheaded a number of talent development and innovation programs both internally and external to Cisco.
Outside of her career, Ifeoma is the Founder of the Prostate Cancer Black Men Charity and a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner and Coach. She is married, blessed with 3 children, and loves reading, long walks, spending time with loved ones and being creative.
Karl Kiarie is a Managing Principal based in the London office and has been at Capco since September 2021. His career experience to date experience over 20 years working in strategic and delivery roles in Banking, Capital Markets, Life and Pensions sectors, with a particular focus on portfolio management, programme delivery, performance improvement, programme assurance and recovery. His time at Capco has been focused on managing the delivery of keystone Regulatory Change and Transformation projects in a range of Financial Services institutions across multiple geographies in EMEA, APAC and the Americas. In his role as part of the Capco UK Business Consulting Leadership, Karl also runs the Go To Market Strategy capability which acts as the “hub” interlinking market hot topics and Capco offerings in the UK Financial Services market. In his free time, Karl enjoys a variety of pursuits including football and music production. He has been involved in several productions for Gospel Choirs and has released a few singles in the last few years. He is passionate about continuous improvement as echoed in his personal motto, “Make a positive difference by leaving things and people better than you found them”.
Jo Wong is an accomplished Senior Sales and Operations Manager at Farfetch, boasting an impressive track record in the realms of beauty, fashion, and luxury. With a profound expertise encompassing sales, operations, management, leadership development, business expansion, and recruitment, Jo has steered multi-level teams of up to 150 members through hybrid remote and office work environments.
Her leadership prowess spans across well-established markets such as the US, Germany, the UK, and ROI, as well as burgeoning markets including the Caribbean, Africa, India, and Israel. In these diverse regions, Jo has been a driving force behind sales growth, nurturing retailer partnerships, private client relationships, and direct-to-consumer channels, achieving remarkable annual volumes exceeding 250 million.
Beyond her corporate responsibilities, Jo ardently supports career development and inclusion, engaging in content creation and public speaking. Her mentorship and networking initiatives inspire future leaders.
Jo’s impressive list of achievements includes contributing to the Black Employee Network (BEN), successfully onboarding new Private Client Managers, and achieving remarkable sales growth year over year. Her adeptness with KPI analysis and reporting tools, along with her strategic prowess, underscores her ability to drive performance and foster lasting client relationships. Her mastery of Salesforce products and initiatives further cements her status as an invaluable asset to the industry.
Anne Alabi: Executive Assistant and BEN Lead at Farfetch
I have worked in the Fashion and Entertainment industry for over 16 years, working as an Executive Assistant and Celeb Stylist. I have worked for the likes of the BBC, Universal Music, Burberry, and Farfetch to name a few. I have also styled the likes of Rita Ora, Take That, Sigma, Kelly Rowland and Nikki Minaj. During my career the one thing that has always brought me joy is inspiring people to be the best version of themselves, whether it was bringing out someone’s confidence through their clothes or leading a team and being the emotional support for my senior leaders and their teams. I am also a public speaker and a mentor to young creatives, and I am also a Non Executive Director for a company called AMTYouth Programme which supports young black 16-18 year olds achieve work experience in creative companies. I believe the youth is our future and we must guide them and give them all the tools they need to make it in this world.
Mahari Hay: Director – Lending, Trade & Working Capital | BOLD Network Co-chair at Lloyds Bank
Mahari is a highly experienced people focused leader with over 18 years’ experience in the Financial Services Sector. His passion for helping others and translating complex information into simple and effective content, has seen him have a very rewarding career, especially in his current role as Director in the Lending, Trade & Working Capital team at Lloyds Bank.
Mahari is also the Co-chair of the very influential network – B.O.L.D. , which is the Black Organisation for Leadership & Development. The networks vision is for Lloyds Banking Group to have more Black colleagues in senior leadership roles, by continuing to drive the change needed in areas that are considered barriers for Black colleagues.
The network has created a safe place for Lloyds Banking Groups Black colleagues and allies to obtain the support they need to progress their careers. As well as being a keynote speaker on topics such as Personal Branding and DE&I he features in the Lloyds Banking Groups 2023 Ethnicity Role Models list, Finalist at the 2023 UK Black Talent Awards, Finalist for Professional of the Year at the 2023 MBCC Awards and has been recognised as one of the Empower Global Top 100 Future Leaders in 2022.
Samuel Kasumu is an award-winning social entrepreneur, commentator, and strategist. Until his resignation in April 2021, Samuel Kasumu was the most senior Black advisor in government and served as Special Advisor to Boris Johnson on the Civil Society and Communities brief. His work included leading on the cross-government vaccine deployment, and while under former Prime Minister Theresa May he was a member of the Race Disparity Audit Advisory Board.
Samuel is the founder of Inclusive Boards, an executive headhunting firm specialising in non-executive board appointments across sectors. Samuel has been involved in setting up and growing a number of initiatives to support the progression of Briton’s black and minority ethnic population, including a student network connecting peers with employers and a campaign that supported over 8000 start-up businesses.
He has won numerous awards for his work including Barclays Business Enterprise Award, the CBI’s Young Star of Enterprise Award, and Entrepreneur Champion of the Year. The Power of the Outsider is his first book.
Simba Rwambiwa is the Managing Director of Palmlove Care Services, boasting over a decade of experience in the Health and Social Care industry. His journey commenced as a compassionate caregiver and steadily ascended through the ranks, exemplifying his dedication and commitment to the field.
Simba’s entry into the realm of Healthcare was inspired by a deeply personal experience. When his late mother required care, he wholeheartedly assumed the role of her caregiver. Witnessing the transformative and positive impact it had on her quality of life ignited a profound desire within him—to extend that same level of support and care to others facing similar circumstances.
Beyond his exceptional career in healthcare, Sima is set to make waves in the world of business in 2023 as a candidate on Series 17 of The Apprentice. In this high-stakes competition, he stands shoulder to shoulder with fellow visionary entrepreneurs, vying for Lord Sugar’s coveted £250,000 business investment. Simba’s sights are firmly set on the grand prize, with a strategic vision to utilize the investment for the continued growth and enhancement of Palmlove Care Services, thereby ensuring an even more exceptional customer experience for their valued clients.
Joy Omoregie is an accredited performance coach, communications lead, corporate change strategist and self-published author. Her international career spans over 15 years so far, where she has led business transformations across Latin America, Middle East, Europe and within her base, the UK.
After a decade in Banking, preceded by years within Diversity and Inclusion development and integration, she has now pivoted into Technology leading Cloud Sales Enablement within Amazon Web Services Global consulting organisation.
As a speaker, Joy has been invited to deliver key notes and workshops for HSBC, Amazon, The British Army, Hitachi, Sopra Steria, WCAN, and a number of women and minority focussed organisations.
Her first book “Woke at Work – Strategies to navigate the workplace and progress with pace,” has transformed careers across the globe and continues to awaken diverse talent to the key information required for progress and promotion. She has attracted the attention of talent managers, recruitment firms and universities who seek and value her support to ignite, focus and empower their talent pools. To grasp impact of the content, please read the reviews here – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Woke-At-Work-Strategies-workplace/dp/B08XR97LRT
She is also the founder of a cultural awareness organisation called Edonxtgen UK, a space for diaspora professionals from Edo State Nigeria, to network, build community and learn about their culture.
Sebastian Newby, affectionately known as “The Mortgage Guy,” stands as the distinguished CEO of a trailblazing mortgage advisory enterprise. With an unwavering commitment to simplifying your life, he offers a respite from the intricacies of mortgages and financial paperwork, granting you the freedom to focus on your business and daily pursuits.
Sebastian’s sterling reputation as an expert in Mortgage Advice precedes him, ensuring you receive seamless, tailor-made solutions precisely when you need them. His guiding principles of trust, safety, and unwavering integrity underpin his service ethos, guaranteeing you the exemplary assistance you deserve.
Boasting a wealth of experience in both retail and independent whole-of-market mortgage advising, Sebastian’s expertise spans a diverse spectrum. From Commercial Mortgages to Buy-to-Let Mortgages and Residential Mortgages, he navigates the intricate mortgage landscape with finesse. Additionally, his proficiency extends to Lifestyle Protection, encompassing Life Assurance, Critical Illness coverage, and Income Protection.
BrickzWithTipz is a digital platform founded by Antoinette & Tayo Oguntonade and was born from the desire to offer people a safe environment to learn about property & finance in a way they can relate to. Home ownership is one of the biggest goals in the UK & property wealth represents over 30% of total UK wealth. Yet, there is no clear way to tap into this knowledge as it is not taught in schools and while knowledgeable, the typical property expert is far from relatable.
Antoinette & Tayo identified this gap and BrickzWithTipz was born to serve those who have an interest in property but feel forgotten, overlooked or simply underestimated. Since the inception of BrickzWithTipz Antoinette & Tayo have used their industry experience and professional qualifications to serve an audience of over 80,000 individuals over social media platforms. Tayo has also been trusted by major news outlets such as BBC News, ITV News, Metro & many more in the capacity of a property expert to offer advice on current affairs. Both Antoinette & Tayo continue to strive to make property accessible for all working with brands, industry decision makers & educational institutions to make a difference.
Dr Tru Powell is a multi-award winning personal brand expert & creative entrepreneur. Tru has over 15 years in enterprise, the arts and events, and is very passionate about supporting the next generation of entrepreneurs to get visible and build their personal brands. Tru Powell Consultancy & Events Ltd works with a plethora of entrepreneurs and business leaders internationally to build and monetise their personal brands.
Tru is the CEO for the Multicultural Business & Community Champion Awards, an initiative that sets out to celebrate unsung heroes and champion diversity in the UK. In addition, Tru is the Creative & Events Director for Aston Performing Arts Academy, a community interest organisation that exists to empower young people through performing and creative arts. He is also the CEO of the Black Business Magazine, a Board Member for West Midlands Regional Tourism Board, Birmingham Hippodrome and a NED for TAG Network Midlands and Powered by CAN.
When Tru is not working on his multiple businesses or speaking at events, you can catch him on Good Morning Britain as he has become a regular commentator on the show.
In 2014 he was recognised as one of Birmingham’s most inspirational young leaders and in 2018 was crowned Birmingham’s Young Professional of the Year. In addition Tru also won Natwest Entrepreneur Awards as ‘Entrepreneur of the Year 2018′ and in 2019 was crowned the Future Face of Entrepreneurship awarded by the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce. Tru was recently recognised as one of the Top 25 Black entrepreneurs to watch in the UK by HSBC & BBSUK, was recognised as a Future Figure from BBC 1Xtra and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Arden University for his services to business!
MLavontelle is a multi-award-nominated presenter, producer and DJ with experience working across leading media companies such as: Hearst UK, ITV and News UK. Although MLavontelle is best known for presenting, she has credible experience as a radio producer, and interviewer; having interviewed the likes of Michael B Jordan, Stormzy, Jonathon Ross and many more. MLavontelle is also an advocate for both Blood Donation and Sickle Cell Awareness; as a proactive black blood donor and using her platform effectively to spread awareness. With an NCTJ-accredited degree in Journalism and years of experience in the business, MLavontelle is a brand that continues to ring bells in the UK entertainment industry.
Hayley is a Multi-Award Winning International Speaker, Author and Change Agent who has spoken to thousands of people across the world sharing her story on how she turned her pain to purpose.
After nearly taking her own life at the age of 18, Hayley realised how mental health issues are increasingly affecting millennials and she was passionate to do something about it. Hayley’s experience and insight makes her a credible voice for diversity and inclusion as well as mental health and well-being.
Hayley’s story has graced some of the world’s biggest stages from Wembley Arena to Oslo Spektrum. From helping leaders bridge the gap with millennials and Gen-Zs to creating a safe space and mentoring hundreds of young people from diverse and lower socioeconomic backgrounds Hayley really is passionate to make a change. Hayley sits on the board of Wagamama as well as consulting their CEO to help reach young people from more diverse backgrounds
Her unique set of skills has given her access to C-Suite Executives and Graduates from FTSE 100 and Fortune 50 companies helping provide strategies that help employees with wellbeing and inclusion.
Nissy Tee is an accomplished content creator, speaker, and serial entrepreneur who has garnered a substantial following of over 170,000 on her social media platforms.
She emerged as a prominent figure in female empowerment after graduating from the University of Cambridge in 2014 when she founded The Powerclass; a platform dedicated to empowering women by reminding them of who they have always been. This is done through their various events, workshops, and programmes across the year, with their most iconic event being their annual: Power Brunch. The platform has since impacted the lives of over 1,000 women.
In 2020, amidst the pandemic, she then established NT Media, a social media marketing and branding agency. And then in 2023, went on to launch her own online clothing brand: The Power Wear Collection. A luxury women’s line designed to make women feel empowered both inside and out.
Nissy Tee has collaborated with a range of esteemed brands like the BBC, Amazon, Dell Technologies, Coca-Cola, and Costa Coffee which has further solidified her influence in the industry.
Des joined RX Global as Global Information Security Manager in 2013, and is responsible for the security strategy, operations, and governance of RX, ensuring the protection of its data, assets, and customers. Des was recently named among the UK’s top cybersecurity leaders by CSO Online and has over 30 years of experience in cybersecurity. He resides in Harrow, UK, husband to a loving wife, and motivated to be a better person than the previous day.
Gaby is globally responsible for RX’s digital products, which use data and technology to connect buyers and sellers at RX’s trade shows so that they can build their businesses. She is also chair of RX’s global gender equity initiative, and the senior non-executive director on the board of LSL plc, one of the UK’s leading providers of B2B property services. She is passionate about participation in sport and dance music and has two children.
Milton is the Senior Director of Innovation & Development for the Americas, and leads a team of web designers, developers and other innovators across Brazil, Mexico, and the US. He is focused on driving innovation in ways that exponentially enhance the experience of customers who attend and exhibit at RX’s business-to-business and business-to-consumer conferences and exhibitions.
Jeffrey joined RX Global in late-2021, as the covid pandemic was coming to an end. The entirety of his career has been in data & analytics (D&A). He leads a function that is dedicated entirely to making D&A a core factor for decision making, especially in digital products such as show websites. Jeffrey grew up in Leyton in East London and is of Ghanaian heritage.
Estelle is a Business Psychologist and member of the British Psychological Society and Association of Business Psychology. She has over five years of experience in designing and delivering award-winning, innovative assessment processes for world-leading organisations ranging from our nation favourite retailers and Big Four firms to our national police force. The most meaningful aspect of her role is driving transformational change within people and their world of work, alongside unlocking their greatest potential.
Lucy has worked in Inclusion and Diversity for the last 10 years. Prior to joining SHL, she led the inclusion agenda for the Commercial Banking division of Lloyds Banking Group. She is passionate about making a difference for colleagues, and the benefits that a truly inclusive organization can bring. Outside of work, Lucy is supporting her local parish council to design more accessible and inclusive play areas, based on her experience with her son Vincenzo, who is disabled. Lucy is also a mom to Connie and the chairwoman of her local netball team.