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Series Sixteen, Episode Five – LGBTQ+ Activism: From the Bar to Boardroom

Julia Streets is joined by Stacy Lentz, LGBTQ+ activist, speaker, and co-owner of the Stonewall Inn and Eve Ellis, wealth adviser at William Blair.

Series Sixteen, Episode Four – Transitioning: Policies, practice and parenting

Julia Streets is joined by Danielle Sharpe, Chief of Staff to the Global Head of Transaction Banking for Standard Chartered Bank, Sanjeev Chatrath, Partner, Financial Services & Asia Pacific Payments Leader at EY and Kristy Duncan, Founder and CEO of Women in Payments.

Series Sixteen, Episode Three – Power and Potential – gender and generational dynamics across ASEAN

Julia Streets is joined by Danielle Sharpe, Chief of Staff to the Global Head of Transaction Banking for Standard Chartered Bank, Sanjeev Chatrath, Partner, Financial Services & Asia Pacific Payments Leader at EY and Kristy Duncan, Founder and CEO of Women in Payments.

Series Sixteen, Episode Two – Tech in Ghana: Increasing talent through education and consumer need

Julia Streets is joined by Darryl Koku Mawutor Abraham, the Growth Director in Africa of Taptap Send and Kingsley Abrokwah, Chief Enabler and Chief Executive Officer of Kudigo.

Series Sixteen, Episode One – Focus on Antisemitism: Prejudice, Perception and the Purpose for Change

Julia Streets is joined by Gideon Falter, Chief Executive of Campaign Against Antisemitism and national newspaper Journalist, Nicole Lampert.

Series Fifteen, Episode Eight: Places, policies and practices for women at work

Julia Streets is joined Sophie Creese, Founder of MotherBoard, and Eleanor Mills, Editor in Chief of noon.org.uk

Series Fifteen, Episode Seven: Being and Belonging: Financial services and safety for the LGBTQ+ community

Julia Streets is joined by Billie Simmons, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Daylight, a queer-owned and queer-run members-only neobank and Geffrye Parsons, Founder and CEO (‘Chief Empathy Officer’) of The Inclusion Imperative, a best-practice Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEIB) consultancy.

Series Fifteen, Episode Six: Regional representation, recruitment and retention: acknowledging and navigating early career inclusion

In this episode, host Julia Streets is joined by Rebecca Ajulu-Bushell, CEO of 1 0,000 Black Interns Foundation and the 10,000 Able Interns Foundation and Philiip Olagunju, Head of corporate finance at PEM.

Series Fifteen, Episode Five: Inclusive design: Workspaces fit for all, fit for the future

Our host Julia Streets is joined by Ed Warner, founder of the inclusive design business Motionspot and Ross Hovey, Accessibility Guru, Accessibility Consultant and Lloyds Banking Group Disability Role Model.

Series Fifteen, Episode Four: Is Justice the new DE&I: Has the diversity discussion evolved?

In this episode, host Julia Streets is joined by Dorien Nuñez, Speaker, Author, Researcher, Consultant and Principal and Co-Founder of The OMNIResearch Group and Paris Prince, Director – Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion for The Intentional Endowments Network.