Miranda Brawn

Miranda has launched a Foundation to help increase race diversity within the UK workforce, which is specifically aimed at the next generation of leaders. She recently made UK history by launching the UK’s first diversity lecture aimed at BAME schoolchildren which won an award from the UK Prime Minister and received personal praise from HRH Prince Charles. She has been named as the go-to person for race diversity in the City by recent press and has also been involved with several BAME initiatives including advisor for a race equality commission report for a main political party. Miranda has also been involved in a range of activities to champion BAME equality, including, scholarships, diversity lectures, career workshops, media interviews and expert opinion (print, TV and radio) mentoring, offering funding, work experience and is a public speaker bringing the topic of race diversity to industry conferences for the first time. Additionally, she is a Lambeth Equality Commissioner helping to increase Race equality by launching a scholarship specifically for the borough. Miranda has also launched a scholarship for the Mosaic LGBT Youth Centre to help Race & LGBT diversity within the UK workforce.