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Quentin Roach

Quentin has been essential in ensuring inclusive environments and cultures, based on values established in collaboration with his executive leadership team. This includes introducing a requirement for unconscious bias training and not only diverse candidate slates, but also diverse interview panels in the hiring and promotion processes. He has instituted mentor programs for interns, new hires and rotational development program participants, and has also supported a “reverse mentoring” program targeted with the Next Gen employee resource group. Additionally, Quentin has personally acted as an executive sponsor for a company-wide leadership development program developed to foster growth of ethnic minority personnel within the organisation. Externally, Quentin currently maintains board positions with various organisations, with specific focuses on diversity and inclusion. He has also been appointed to the Diversity & Inclusion advisory council for the City Controller of New York City, and was recently recognised among Savoy’s Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in America.

Quentin Roach

Quentin is continuously focused on ensuring an inclusive work environment, globally diverse organisational make-up, and he acts as a change agent and advocate for enterprise Global Diversity & Inclusion focus. He is currently co-sponsor of the company-wide Diversity in STEMM initiative, executive sponsor of enterprise-wide Millennial Employee Business Resource Group, and is responsible for Economic Inclusion & Supplier Diversity processes. In 2016 he led the delivery of the first Diversity in STEMM summit and he maintains a role as Male Advocate/Sponsor as part of the internal Women’s Leadership programme. Externally, he has been involved in a number of organisations and boards over the years including: National Black MBA Association, National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame, Trumpet Foundation, United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Executive Leadership Council, and Minority Business News. He has also been recognised as a “Top 10 Most Inspiring Leader” by Executive 50, “100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America” by Savoy (2012, 2014 and 2016).