“Supporting Black Professionals in Nuclear” – A Webinar from Diversity and Inclusion in UK Nuclear
In honour of Black History Month, Diversity and Inclusion in UK Nuclear are hosting a webinar on the topic of “Supporting Black Professionals in Nuclear”.
The aim of this webinar is to provide useful tips to support Black employees and colleagues by discussing practical ways to boost recruitment, aid retention, and inclusion.
The fantastic panel of speakers are ready to share their expertise and best practice from across several industries. They are:
Marcia has been United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority’s (UKAEA) Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Partner since July 2019. Her activism for equality, diversity and inclusion began during her time with West Midlands Police Service from 1982. After 30 years of service with the Police, Marcia has since evolved her career around training, personal development and consulting organisations on “wrap-around” equality and inclusivity. Marcia has recently become a member of Women in Nuclear’ s Central Committee.
The Founder of Equality Pays, Michelle has over 12 years’ experience working at the Equality and Human Rights Commission, supporting employers to understand the impact of gender and ethnicity discrimination. Combined with personal experience, Michelle focuses her training and consultancy on strategies for talking about gender and ethnicity pay gaps in organisations; and implementing practical corrective actions.
Leyla is the CEO and Director of Diverse Minds UK Ltd, providing workplaces with training, coaching and consultancy on race equality, culture, mental health, wellbeing and inclusion. Previously, Leyla was the Head of Centre for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Imperial College London, for five years. Prior to joining Imperial College, Leyla worked at the University of Oxford for six years, and became their first specific advisor for race and religion. She is also a Council Member at the University of Leeds.
How to Register
The webinar will take place on Friday 30 October, from 12-1pm GMT. It is free of charge to attend.
Click here to book your place.
For more information on Diversity and Inclusion in UK Nuclear, visit their website: https://dinuclear.com/