As one of the most senior BAME women at Oliver Wyman, Rupal has led race discussions and BAME reverse mentoring both within and outside of Oliver Wyman, providing a safe space for uncomfortable conversations. She founded and leads the Mission INCLUDE campaign- an inclusion network of 13 FTSE companies across the UK, which focuses on cross company mentoring, Reverse Mentoring circles to experience corporate culture from an ethnic minority background, and learning across firms. She speaks regularly on race awareness panels for external events, and closed the House of Lord’s British Indian International Women’s Day debate of 30 senior BAME leaders, the first ever debate in the chamber and a role usually played by the Minster. She also moderated a senior panel at the Ismaili Foundation for International Women’s Day. She plays a strategic sparring role to the London OW BAME network, EMPOWERED, and has worked closely with Human Capital to attract and track BAME candidates through entry level recruiting, leading workshops to support black students from non traditional universities. Rupal also works with a national charity as a Trustee and as a ‘befriender’ listening to and supporting BAME mothers who are disproportionately affected by neonatal death.