Margaret Casely-Hayford featured on the BAME 100 Business Leaders index
We’re delighted that the Chair of our Board, Margaret Casely-Hayford, has been featured on the BAME 100 Business Leaders index for 2019, which celebrates UK-based ethnic minority talent
We’re delighted our Chair of the Board, Margaret Casely-Hayford, has been listed on Green Park’s fourth annual BAME 100 Business Leaders index, celebrating Britain’s black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) board-ready talent.
Published by executive recruitment and diversity consultancy Green Park, the index is designed to highlight the talent, experience and expertise of ethnic minority leaders who are still severely under-represented at board level in Private, Public and Third sector organisations.
Green Park’s BAME 100 Business Leaders index aims to inspire a shift in the attitudes and practices of leading organisations and to call into question any claim that the aim of Sir John Parker’s target – to have at least one minority member on every major public, private or third sector board – cannot be. The annual index showcases one hundred ethnic minority leaders who any organisation looking for a board member, should be prepared to consider, therefore banishing the age-old myth that diverse talent does not exist.
Margaret recently hosted an evening of Shakespeare and discussion at Shakespeare’s Globe, where attendees were invited to watch our Globe Ensemble perform Henry V in the Globe Theatre.