At Deloitte, Nadun has been in lead roles as talent partner, diversity & inclusion lead partner and respect and inclusion advisor. He has initiated, driven and supported key activities with significant positive outcomes, including changes to recruitment policy to support further BAME and female talent, plus training on unconscious bias and the value of diversity; the creation of an Inclusivity Charter, promoting diversity within project teams; the creation of respect and inclusion walk-in sessions to provide advice and positive avenues of communication for BAME colleagues; and the support and leadership of over 10 diversity groups at Deloitte, including the Hindu Network, Multicultural Network, Sikh Network and the Muslim Network. A lot of Nadun’s external work involves helping young people, the majority of whom are BAME, to develop their skills and careers. He is the lead board member for diversity at the Management Consultancies Association (MCA), promoting all aspects of diversity & inclusion across firms covering over 60,000 practitioners in the UK. He is also a young MCA advisor, mentoring on various topics, and he also mentors young people in his local community. In addition, he works with schools, universities and charities to promote D&I.