United Kingdom

The 30% Club launched in the UK in 2010 with a goal of achieving a minimum of 30% women on FTSE-100 boards - currently the figure stand at 26% up from 12.5%. Accelerated progress has been achieved through the leadership of Chairs and CEOs, our Members.

As of 2016, we have extended the scope of our original target and the goal is now a minimum of 30% women on FTSE-350 boards by 2020 (currently at 22.2%). In tandem with this - and in order to ensure that this 30% remains sustainable - we are also aiming to reach a minimum of 30% women on Executive Committees of FTSE-100 companies by 2020 (currently at circa 15%).

UK membership is open to Chairs and CEOs of listed companies, Managing Partners of professional services firms, and heads of public sector organisations and academic institutions, as well as non-listed companies on a case by case basis based on size and strategic fit.

Download our information booklet

View our Fifth Annual 30% Club Chairs' Event:

View Mark Wilson's thoughts on signing up to the Executive Committee commitment outlined by the 30% Club in his capacity as Group CEO of Aviva plc (the first FTSE 100 CEO to lend his name to the campaign): 
 

The 30% Club GCC is a regional volunteer effort of multi-sector leaders working together towards better representation of women on boards and in senior level positions.  We work in collaboration to accelerate pace of change and support the growth of a healthy pipeline of talented and capable women that are ready to serve in senior positions across various sectors.

We strongly believe that business-led change is the right way forward; and as such, we support women to realize their potential through mentorship, executive education, research, and we also advocate good governance to support women to serve on boards.

The 30% Club GCC chapter was established in 2015.

View from the Top - A research report from Deloitte in association with the 30% Club GCC Chapter, was released at the Arabian Business Women's Forum on 24th May 2016. Please download the report here.

The 30% Club Italy was launched on October 26th 2015 as a business-led, not-for-profit initiative aimed at reaching at least a 30% participation of women in leadership (executive positions and boards) by 2020.

The main challenge is increasing women's participation in organizational leadership (executive and top-middle levels) particularly in large companies. Currently, women CEOs are 4% in companies above 200 ML turnover (10% in companies below 50 ML); women executives are less than 10% and women in middle-top management positions (dirigenti) are approximately 16%. Women in boards of stock-listed and government participated companies are approaching 30% (currrently 28%) due to gender quotas introduced by law in 2011.

The primary focus of the 30% Club in Italy will be to grow women’s participation in executive positions (two levels below CEO). Augmenting presence at this level will help create a women CEO pipeline; help drive women’s participation beyond the functional areas where they have traditionally been confined and favor cooptation of women from lower ranks of management and inspire them.

A secondary focus will be on board presence.  We wish to increase women participation in boards not affected by the law, to improve the level of women’s participation in boards and to ensure that, when the law expires, women’s presence will not regress.

More information available on our Information Booklet on our Manifesto and on our Guidelines.

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Recognizing Canada’s distinct corporate governance framework, the aim of the 30% Club Canada is to include both board Chairs and CEOs to achieve better gender balance at board level, as well at senior management levels. In order to achieve this, we are working closely with Catalyst and their important Catalyst Accord initiative. We do not believe mandatory quotas are the right approach. Instead, we are building a strong foundation of business leaders who are committed to meaningful, sustainable gender balance in business leadership. Our name comes from an aspirational goal that we believe can be achieved in Canada through focused efforts by the business community. As in all business ventures, ‘what gets measured gets managed’ – a numeric goal provides real impetus for change, and our goal is for 30% of board seats to be held by women by 2019.

The 30% Club Southern Africa launched in September 2014.

Please note that the Southern African Chapter operates on a contribution funding model.  

Kindly contact us for details.

The 30% Club is a group of chairmen and business leaders who are committed to bringing more women onto Malaysian corporate boards.

The purpose of the 30% Club is to:

  • raise awareness among chairmen and business leaders of the benefits of gender diversity
  • inspire debate and discussion
  • support initiatives to build the pipeline of women in executive and non-executive roles.
     

The 30% Club believes that gender diversity is good for the overall effectiveness of the boardroom – and therefore is good for business.  The 30% Club is not a call for a quota – the 30% Club supports sustainable business-led voluntary change to improve the current gender imbalance on Malaysian boards.

The Malaysian 30% Club was launched on Friday 8th May 2015, in conjunction with an event organized by PEMANDU (Performance Management & Delivery Unit, Prime Minister’s Department) and Bursa Malaysia (Malaysia Stock Exchange), and in collaboration with the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development.

The Prime Minister of Malaysia delivered the keynote address at this high profile business event, which was attended by Chairmen, Board Directors and CEOs of public listed companies and large public companies in Malaysia.  His message was based on the theme “Lead The Change – Getting Women on Boards”.  Elizabeth Passey, Representative of the 30% Club UK attended and spoke at the launch, sharing her thoughts and experiences on the topic.

The 30% Club Ireland officially launched in January 2015. The initiative has already attracted over 100 chair supporters and is quickly gaining momentum. The aim is to build on the positive experience of business-led change in the UK and the collaborative approach of men and women working together to effect change. The intention is to globalise a number of existing 30% Club initiatives (Investor Group, Cross-Company Mentoring, the Professional Services Firms’ Initiative and Career Strategy workshops, for example) and to develop new specific efforts relevant to the local market. For the launch event brochure please click here and for our Ireland Information Booklet which includes a list of our supporters please click here.

Women in Leadership podcast with Steering Committee member Brid Horan, please click here

The 30% Club Hong Kong launched in March 2013 and is working to bring more women onto Hong Kong corporate boards by:

  • raising awareness among chairmen and business leaders of the benefits of gender diversity,
  • inspiring debate and discussion
  • supporting initiatives to build the pipeline of women in executive and non-executive roles.


The 30% Club Hong Kong believes that gender diversity is good for the overall effectiveness of the boardroom – and therefore is good for business. Besides benefiting companies, greater board diversity will also benefit Hong Kong. As a major financial centre with an abundant talent pool of highly qualified men and women, we believe Hong Kong is well positioned to become a leader in board diversity.

The US 30% Club is a group of business leaders who are committed to better gender balance at all levels of their organizations through voluntary actions. The club launched in 2014 with an aspirational goal of achieving 30% women on S&P 100 boards by the end of 2020. Today, there are 63 U.S. chairman and CEO members committed to using a range of levers to achieve meaningful, sustainable change. Business leadership is key as this takes the issue beyond a specialist diversity effort and into mainstream talent.

 

The 30% Club Australia launched in May 2015 with the primary objective of campaigning for 30% women on ASX 200 boards by 2018. Patricia Cross is the Country Lead and is working closely with the Steering Committee, our Ambassador Chairs and a number of Working Groups and valued supporters from around the country in promoting the benefits of diversity at all levels of business. Please click here to download a copy of the Australian 30% Club Information Booklet. 


Members


  • FTSE-100 

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    John Allan

    Chair

    Tesco plc/ Barratt Developments plc/ London First

  • FTSE-100 

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    Richard Baker

    Chair

    Whitbread

  • FTSE-100 

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    John Barton

    Chair

    Catlin Group/ EasyJet/ Next

  • FTSE-100 

    Donald Brydon

    Chair

    London Stock Exchange/ Sage

  • FTSE-100 

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    Dame Alison Carnwath

    Chair

    Land Securities

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Roger Carr

    Chair

    BAE Systems

  • FTSE-100 

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    Stuart Chambers

    Chair

    ARM Holdings/ Rexam

  • FTSE-100 

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    Andrew Duff

    Chair

    Severn Trent/ Elementis

  • FTSE-100 

    Ian Davis

    Chair

    Rolls Royce

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Charles Dunstone

    Chair

    Dixons Carphone/ TalkTalk

  • FTSE-100 

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    Douglas Flint

    Chair

    HSBC Holdings

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Peter Gershon

    Chair

    National Grid/Tate & Lyle

  • FTSE-100 

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    John Gildersleeve

    Chair

    British Land

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Gerry Grimstone

    Chair

    Standard Life

  • FTSE-100 

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    Rick Haythornthwaite

    Chair

    Centrica

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Philip Hampton

    Chair

    GlaxoSmithKline

  • FTSE-100 

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    Andrew Higginson

    Chair

    Wm Morrison/ N Brown

  • FTSE-100 

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    Dr Franz Humer

    Chair

    Diageo

  • FTSE-100 

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    Susan Kilsby

    Chair

    Shire

  • FTSE-100 

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    John McFarlane

    Chair

    Barclays/ FirstGroup/ The CityUK

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Adrian Montague

    Chair

    Aviva Investors

  • FTSE-100 

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    Glen Moreno

    Chair

    Virgin Money plc

  • FTSE-100 

    Patrick O’Sullivan

    Chair

    Old Mutual

  • FTSE-100 

    Sir John Parker

    Chair

    Anglo American/ Ombu/ Pennon

  • FTSE-100 

    Sir John Peace

    Chair

    Burberry Group/ Standard Chartered

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Michael Rake

    Chair

    BT Group

  • FTSE-100 

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    John Stewart

    Chair

    Legal & General Group

  • FTSE-100 

    Carl-Henric Svanberg

    Chair

    AB Volvo/ BP

  • FTSE-100 

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    Robert Swannell

    Chair

    M&S / Shareholder Executive

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sidney Taurel

    Chair

    Pearson

  • FTSE-100 

    Michael Treschow

    Chair

    Unilever

  • FTSE-100 

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    David Tyler

    Chair

    Hammerson / Sainsbury's

  • FTSE-100 

    Mark Wilson

    CEO

    Aviva

  • FTSE-250 

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    Dame Helen Alexander

    Chair

    UBM

  • FTSE-250 

    Charles Berry

    Chair

    Senior/ Weir

  • FTSE-250 

    Allan Cook

    Chair

    WS Atkins/ SEMTA

  • FTSE-250 

    Geoffrey Cooper

    Chair

    Bourne Leisure/ Card Factory/ Truth Corps

  • FTSE-250 

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    Ian Durant

    Chair

    Greggs/ Capco

  • FTSE-250 

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    Anita Frew

    Chair

    Croda International

  • FTSE-250 

    Stephen Koseff

    CEO

    Investec

  • FTSE-250 

    Paul Lester

    Chair

    JohnLaing Fund/ Signia Wealth/ Parabis/ Knight Square Holdings/Greenenergy/Essentra

  • FTSE-250 

    Greg Lock

    Chair

    Computacenter

  • FTSE-250 

    Frank Meysman

    Chair

    Thomas Cook Group

  • FTSE-250 

    Preben Prebensen

    CEO

    Close Brothers Group

  • FTSE-250 

    Sir Nigel Rudd

    Chair

    BAA/ Business Growth Fund/ Heathrow Airport/ Meggitt

  • FTSE-250 

    Martin Thomas

    CEO

    Lancashire Holdings

  • PSF 

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    John Banister

    Managing Partner

    Wiggin

  • PSF 

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    Mark Bomer

    Senior Partner

    BDO

  • PSF 

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    William Boss

    Chair

    King & Wood Mallesons

  • PSF 

    Marcus Bowman

    Managing Partner

    Holman Fenwick Willan LLP

  • PSF 

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    Edward Braham

    Senior Partner

    Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

  • PSF 

    Michael Chissick

    Managing Partner

    FieldFisher

  • PSF 

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    Jeremy Cohen

    CEO

    Dentons

  • PSF 

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    Simon Collins

    Chair

    KPMG

  • PSF 

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    David Cruickshank

    Chair

    Deloitte

  • PSF 

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    Fiona Dunsire

    CEO

    Mercer UK

  • PSF 

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    Robert Elliott

    Chair

    Linklaters

  • PSF 

    Richard Foley

    Managing Partner

    Pinsent Masons

  • PSF 

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    Michael Francies

    Managing Partner

    Weil, Gotshal & Manges

  • PSF 

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    Charlie Geffen

    Chair

    Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

  • PSF 

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    Christine Hodgson

    Chair

    CapGemini / The Careers & Enterprise Company

  • PSF 

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    David Hudd

    Deputy CEO

    Hogan Lovells

  • PSF 

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    Matthew Layton

    Managing Partner

    Clifford Chance

  • PSF 

    Lisa Mayhew

    Managing Partner

    Berwin Leighton Paisner

  • PSF 

    Mike McTighe

    Chair

    WYG plc

  • PSF 

    Steve Mitchener

    CEO

    NTT DATA UK

  • PSF 

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    David Morley

    Senior Partner

    Allen & Overy

  • PSF 

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    Chris Osborne

    Co-Chair

    FTI Consulting

  • PSF 

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    Stephen Parish

    Managing Partner

    Norton Rose Fulbright

  • PSF 

    Dr Ann Olivarius

    CEO

    McAllisterOlivarius

  • PSF 

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    Nick Owen

    Chair

    Deloitte UK

  • PSF 

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    Ian Powell

    Chair

    PwC

  • PSF 

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    Paul Rawlinson

    Managing Partner

    Baker & McKenzie

  • PSF 

    Christopher Saul

    Senior Partner

    Slaughter and May

  • PSF 

    Paul Smith

    Chair

    Eversheds

  • PSF 

    Alexander Y. Thomas

    Partner

    Reed Smith

  • PSF 

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    Ben Tidswell

    Chair

    Ashurst

  • PSF 

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    Steve Varley

    Chair

    EY

  • PSF 

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    Penelope Warne

    Chair

    CMS Cameron McKenna

  • Financial 

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    Nicolas Aubert

    CEO

    Willis Towers Watson GB

  • Financial 

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    Mark Austen

    Chair

    LV= Asset Management

  • Financial 

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    Sir Brian Bender

    Chair

    London Metal Exchange

  • Financial 

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    James Bardrick

    Country Officer

    Citi

  • Financial 

    Ana Botín

    Chair

    Santander

  • Financial 

    Roger Cobley

    Stamford Associates

  • Financial 

    Michael Cole-Fontayn

    BNY Mellon EMEA

  • Financial 

    Noreen Doyle

    Credit Suisse International

  • Financial 

    Sian Fisher

    CEO

    Chartered Insurance Institute

  • Financial 

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    Karin Forseke

    Sisters Capital

  • Financial 

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    Euan Fraser

    Alpha Financial Markets Consulting

  • Financial 

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    Hans Georgeson

    Managing Director

    Architas

  • Financial 

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    Richard Gnodde

    Chair

    Goldman Sachs International

  • Financial 

    Bill Gourlay

    CEO

    Idea Group

  • Financial 

    John Heaps

    Chair

    Yorkshire Building Society

  • Financial 

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    Lady Barbara Judge

    Judge

    Institute of Directors/ Pension Protection Fund

  • Financial 

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    Rich Laxer

    CEO

    GE Capital International

  • Financial 

    Julie Meyer

    Chair

    Ariadne Capital

  • Financial 

    Helena Morrissey

    Chair

    Investment Association

  • Financial 

    John Nelson

    Chair

    Lloyd’s of London

  • Financial 

    Baron David de Rothschild

    Chair

    Rothschild

  • Financial 

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    Sir Simon Robertson

    Founder

    Simon Robertson Associates

  • Financial 

    William Rucker

    Chair

    Lazard/ Crest Nicholson

  • Financial 

    Andrew Sibbald

    Vice Chair

    Evercore

  • Financial 

    Paul Smith

    Chair

    CFA Institute

  • Financial 

    Sir David Walker

    Chair

    Winton Capital Group

  • Financial 

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    Bob Wigley

    Chair

    Tantalum Corporation

  • Financial 

    Roger Yates

    Chair

    Pioneer Investments

  • Executive Search 

    Chris Cooke

    CEO

    NP Group

  • Executive Search 

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    Karen B. Greenbaum

    Chair

    AESC

  • Executive Search 

    Brian Hamill

    Chair

    Redgrave Partners

  • Executive Search 

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    James Haspel

    Managing Partner

    J.D.Haspel

  • Executive Search 

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    Sharon Mullen

    Founder

    Mullwood Partnership

  • Comms/ Media 

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    Sir Alan Parker

    Chair

    Brunswick

  • Comms/ Media 

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    Debbie Klein

    Chair

    Engine Group

  • Comms/ Media 

    Hugh Morrisson

    Managing Partner

    Montfort Commuications

  • Comms/ Media 

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    Clare Parsons

    Chair

    Lansons

  • Corporate 

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    Shoshana Clark Stewart

    CEO

    Turquoise Mountain

  • Corporate 

    Miranda Curtis

    Chair

    Waterstone’s

  • Corporate 

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    Dr Jeremy Farrar

    Director

    Wellcome Trust

  • Corporate 

    Robert Gillespie

    Chair

    Boat Race Company

  • Corporate 

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    Peter Hickson

    Chair

    Chemring

  • Corporate 

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    Brent Hoberman

    Chair

    Mydeco/ made.com

  • Corporate 

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    Sir George Iacobescu CBE

    Chair & CEO

    Canary Wharf Group

  • Corporate 

    Tessa Laws

    Solicitor

    Bagir

  • Corporate 

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    Lord Leitch

    Chair

    Bupa/ Intrinsic Financial Services/ FNZ

  • Corporate 

    Sir Charlie Mayfield

    Chair

    John Lewis/ UK Commission for Employment and Skills

  • Corporate 

    Ahmed Mazhari

    Chair

    Genpact

  • Corporate 

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    Andrew Morrison

    President

    Xerox UK Limited

  • Corporate 

    James Muir

    Head of Group Sales

    Volkswagen

  • Corporate 

    Peter Norris

    Chair

    Virgin Holdings

  • Corporate 

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    Alex Ricard

    Chair & CEO

    Pernod Ricard

  • Corporate 

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    Debra Searle

    Founder

    MIX Diversity Developers

  • Corporate 

    Jduy Silber

    Canonical

  • Universities & HE 

    Apurv Bagri

    Chair

    London Business School

  • Universities & HE 

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    Sir Leszek Borysiewicz

    V-C

    University of Cambridge

  • Universities & HE 

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    Dame Glynis Breakwell

    V-C

    University of Bath

  • Universities & HE 

    Hazel Brooke

    Chair of Court

    Glasgow Caledonian University

  • Universities & HE 

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    Garry Coutts

    Chair of Court

    University of Highlands and Islands

  • Universities & HE 

    Ms Jennifer Craw

    Chair

    Robert Gordon University

  • Universities & HE 

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    Geoff Dawson

    Chair

    Sheffield Hallam University

  • Universities & HE 

    The Earl of Derby

    President

    University of Liverpoool

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Alistair Fitt

    V-C

    Oxford Brookes University

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Simon Gaskell

    Principal

    Queen Mary London University

  • Universities & HE 

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    Muriel Gray

    Chair

    Glasgow School of Art

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Sir David Greenaway

    V-C

    University of Nottingham

  • Universities & HE 

    Stephen Howlett

    Pro-Chancellor

    University of Greenwich

  • Universities & HE 

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    Peter Horrocks CBE

    V-C

    Open University

  • Universities & HE 

    Mark I’Anson

    Chair of Council

    University of Newcastle

  • Universities & HE 

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    Dame DeAnne Shirley Julius

    Chair of Council

    University College London

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Patrick Johnston

    V-C

    University of Queen's Belfast

  • Universities & HE 

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    Jane Kelly

    Chair

    Brunel University London

  • Universities & HE 

    Peter Kyle OBE

    Chair

    University of Westminster

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Koen Lamberts

    V-C

    University of York

  • Universities & HE 

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    Sir Moir Lockhead

    Senior Governor

    University of Aberdeen

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Max Lu

    V-C

    University of Surrey

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof April McMahon

    V-C

    University of Aberystwyth

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Anton Muscatelli

    V-C

    University of Glasgow

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Paddy Nixon

    V-C

    University of Ulster

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Andrea Nolan

    V-C

    Edinburgh Napier University

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Tim O’Shea

    V-C

    University of Edinburgh

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Louise Richardson

    V-C

    University of Oxford

  • Universities & HE 

    Dr Gill Rider

    Chair of Council

    University of Southampton

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Colin Riordan

    V-C

    University of Cardiff

  • Universities & HE 

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    Dame Nancy Rothwell

    V-C

    University of Manchester

  • Universities & HE 

    Eric Sanderson

    Chair of Court

    University of Dundee

  • Universities & HE 

    Fiona Sandford

    Chair of Court

    University of Stirling

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Nigel Seaton

    V-C

    University of Abertay

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Christina Slade

    V-C

    University of Bath Spa

  • Universities & HE 

    Janet Swadling

    CEO

    Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC)

  • Universities & HE 

    Garry Taylor

    V-C

    University of St Andrews

  • Universities & HE 

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    Sir David Warren

    Chair of Council

    University of Kent

  • Universities & HE 

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    Barbara Wilding

    Chair

    Cardiff Metropolitan University

  • Public Sector 

    Sir James Bevan

    CEO

    Environment Agency

  • Public Sector 

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    Sir Win Bischoff

    Chair

    Financial Reporting Council/ JP Morgan Securities

  • Public Sector 

    Tracey Bleakley

    CEO

    Hospice UK

  • Public Sector 

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    Lesley Cowley

    Chair

    DVLA

  • Public Sector 

    Martin Donnelly

    Permanent Secretary

    Department for Business, Innovation & Skills

  • Public Sector 

    Nathan Elvery

    CEO

    London Borough of Croydon

  • Public Sector 

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    John Griffith-Jones

    Chair

    Financial Conduct Authority

  • Public Sector 

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    Dame Deirdre Hutton

    Chair

    Civil Aviation Authority

  • Public Sector 

    Sir Bob Kerslake

    Chair

    King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • Public Sector 

    Stephen Lovegrove

    Permanent Secretary

    Ministry of Defense

  • Public Sector 

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    Sir Nicholas Montagu

    Chair

    Financial Ombudsman/ Queen Mary University London, CUC

  • Public Sector 

    Nicky Morgan

    Secretary of State for Education

    Minister for Women and Equalities

  • Public Sector 

    Mark Neale

    CEO

    Financial Services Compensation Scheme

  • Public Sector 

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    Andrew Parker

    Head

    MI5

  • Public Sector 

    Philip Rutnam

    Permanent Secretary

    Department for Transport

  • Ambassador 

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    Robin Buchanan

    Formerly PageGroup

  • Ambassador 

    David Childs

    Formerly Clifford Chance

  • Ambassador 

    Ian Dormer

    Formerly Institute of Directors

  • Ambassador 

    Douglas Ferrans

    Formerly IMA

  • Ambassador 

    Sir Ian Gibson

    Formerly Wm Morrison

  • Ambassador 

    Tony Hobson

    Formerly Sage

  • Ambassador 

    Sir David Lees

    Formerly Court of The Bank of England

  • Ambassador 

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    Sir Nicholas Macpherson

    Formerly HM Treasury

  • Ambassador 

    Sir Richard Olver

    Formerly BAE Systems

  • Ambassador 

    Jonathan Scott

    Formerly Herbert Smith Freehills

  • Ambassador 

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    Debbie White

    Formerly Sodexo

Steering Committee

The 30% Club is run by a Steering Committee that is made up of senior men and women who volunteer their time and skills.

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    Patricia Cross

    Chair 30% Club Australia

    Macquarie Group Limited

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    Jillian Segal AM

    The Observerships Program

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    Elizabeth Proust

    Nestle Australia

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    Margaret Jackson

    Spotless

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    Cathy Walter AM

    Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited

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    Nicola Wakefield Evans

    Lend Lease

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    Jane Harvey

    DUET Finance Ltd

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    Susan Oliver

    Simonds Homes Ltd

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    Carmel Mortell

    KPMG

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    Elizabeth Shaw

    President, UN Women Australia National Committee

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    Meredith Hellicar

    Merryck & Co

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    Louise Petschler

    AICD

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    Katie Lahey

    Korn Ferry

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    Rhian Richardson

    Executive 30% Club Australia

    AICD

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    Susan Roberts

    Lazard

Working groups

  • Automotive

    Main aims

    The Automotive working group is made up of MDs and CEOs from automotive manufacturing, retailing and supplier companies. Our aim is to fill at least 30% of key leadership positions in our organisations with women, from junior management to board level.

    We are implementing a four phase strategy:

    • Reach Out - we connect with young women in schools, universities and professional networks through speeches and career events, and offer work experience opportunities
    • Welcome In - we examine recruitment and selection practices for unconscious bias
    • Pull Through - we investigate ways to improve the rate of promotion of talented women
    • Hold On - we implement policies and practices to improve retention levels of women leaders

    We work in partnership with the charity Speakers for Schools and the Inspiring Women campaign, and we have support from members McKinsey, the Institute of the Motor Industry, and Loughborough University School of Business and Economics.

    contact

    julia@gaiainnovation.com

    Group leader

    Julia Muir

  • Balancing the Pyramid

    Main aims

    To accelerate the rate at which women progress through the pipeline to the C-Suite across corporate organisations (mostly FTSE 100).

    contact

    pavita@moredifference.com
    claire@moredifference.com
    connie.lo@accenture.com
    rachel.short@whywomenwork.com

    Group leader

    Pavita Cooper

  • Business Schools

    Main aims

    As part of The 30% Club ‘Balancing the Pyramid’ initiative which aims to encourage and increase the female gender balance at all organisational levels, we are establishing partnerships with a number of business schools globally to rectify the under-representation of women pursuing post-graduate management education by offering Women’s Scholarships. Through these partnerships we seek to build a continuum of change from schoolroom to boardroom, helping women to make the decision to undertake further education, supporting them through the application process, providing them with a mentor during the programme and highlighting the successes and high return on investment afterwards. For further detail please click here.

    contact

    jacqueline.keogh@westernunion.com

    Group leader

    Jackie Keogh

  • Communications

    Main aims

    The Communications group seeks to maximise the profile and reach of the 30% Club through a coordinated and strategic communications programme; ensure our global reputation is managed and protected.

    contact

    gay@gaycollins.co.uk
    jamie@burntcakemedia.com

    Group leader

    Gay Collins, Jamie Brookes

  • Cross-Company Mentoring

    Main aims

    The objective of the 30% Club’s mentoring scheme is to offer and facilitate a cross-company, cross-sector mentoring programme that will complement existing schemes in the UK market and within individual organisations. The ultimate goal is to broaden the pipeline of female talent coming through participating organisations and make a step change to the number of women attaining senior leadership roles in their respective organisations.

    Now in its third year in the UK, the initiative has had tremendous success – this scheme represents the power of mentoring at its best. The cross-company mentoring scheme has recently extended to help build the pipeline and parity of women on sports boards, and now matches women leaders working in sporting organisations with male and female mentors who are leaders of corporate organisations. 

    Barring exceptional circumstances, we ask that organisations wishing to participate contribute a subscription fee in-line with the number of participants ranging from £4,000 to £8,000. The maximum number of pairs that can participate from each organisation is 30. On the cross-company scheme only, mentors and mentees be in equal numbers. Current cohort comprises 640 participants across 48 organisations. To watch a clip of this year's launch event please click here. For more detailed information please click here and to request our scheme literature please contact Francoise Higson.

    contact

    francoise.higson@anz.com

    Group leader

    Francoise Higson

  • Higher Education

    Main aims

    The Higher Education group focuses on diversity in universities and higher education establishments to encourage a pooling of ideas across both the corporate and the higher education sectors to reduce the gender gap across governing bodies and faculties, as well as to analyse and act to improve the experiences of female students.

    Please click here for a copy of the Think Future Study report, commissioned to better understand how university shapes career perceptions and trajectories and whether these vary depending on gender or socio-economic background. The report gives a current perspective on how universities can support Generation Z as they head towards the next stage of their lives, how businesses can best appeal to a generation with different expectations and aspirations and how to nurture this emerging talent stream.

    For an overview of our activities please click here for a copy of our most recent newsletter.
     

    contact

    francoise.higson@anz.com

    Group leader

    Anne Richards, Elizabeth Passey

  • International

    Main aims

    Assisting and advising international 30% Club groups on how best to get started; ensuring global consistency and adherence to the 30% Club brand and philosophy.

    contact

    marygoudie@hotmail.com

    Group leader

    Baroness Mary Goudie

  • Investors

    Main aims

    The 30% Club believes that it is important for investors to take into account the proportion of women on boards, when considering company reporting and appointments to the board. Thirty per cent is the figure widely agreed to mark the stage at which contributions of the minority group cease being representative of that particular group and start to be judged on their own merit – in other words, critical mass is achieved. We believe that once 30% is reached, the culture and practices of the board will have changed significantly and as a consequence, further progress towards true balance will naturally follow. The purpose of the group is to help coordinate the investment community’s approach to the issue, in particular:

    • to explain the investment case for more diverse boards and executive committees (and workforce in general?)
    • to encourage all investors to engage on the issue of board diversity with chairmen and management teams; and
    • to consider the issue when voting on the Report & Accounts and the appointment and re-election of board members.

    contact

    emma.howard.boyd@me.com
    Deborah.Gilshan@rpmi.co.uk

    Group leader

    Emma Howard Boyd & Deborah Gilshan

  • Professional Services Firms

    Main aims

    The Professional Services Firms’ Initiative is a group of 22 firms who work together to consider ways in which we can support efforts towards increasing gender balance in law firms, accountancy and consultancy. Set up in 2012, in partnership with McKinsey & Co, the group published a study on gender balance at senior levels in these firms. The study revealed that the lower representation of women at senior levels was not driven by disproportionate attrition rates but rather the rate of promotion. The report was a call to action and the group subsequently has focussed on three key areas of sponsorship, work allocation and agile working to develop a common perspective on these issues and provide practical guidance to firms. More recently, the group continues to expand its areas of focus, looking at the female Millenial perspective on the three focus areas and more broadly their experience of professional services firms. Please see this short film about the about the PSF initiative:

     

    contact

    ​caroline.carr@gs.com

    Group leader

    Caroline Carr

  • Speakers for Schools Partnership

    Main aims

    In January 2015, the 30% Club launched its collaboration with Speakers for Schools, a charity that organises free talks from eminent professionals and academics for state secondary schools and colleges, by delivering a series of over 20 talks from top business leaders, encouraging girls to see their potential in leadership positions. A host of leading industry executives gave the talks on the theme of ‘Equality Across the Board’ to teenagers to help encourage and make them aware that opportunities and workplaces are changing, especially for women, and gender should not prevent them from fulfilling their aspirations. This programme further develops the 30% Club’s ‘Schoolroom to Boardroom’ campaign, which aims to support young women prior to starting their career, and we warmly encourage our Members to sign up to the initiative and go out to speak in schools.

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    contact

    emma.howard.boyd@me.com
    info@30percentclub.org

    Group leader

    Emma Howard Boyd

  • Sport & Business

    Main aims

    To forge strong connections between sport and business as a way of accelerating progress towards gender equity by:

    • Increasing the representation of women leaders in sport and developing the talent pipeline.
    • Creating opportunities to raise the visibility of female sporting role models
    • Changing the funding landscape of women’s sport by stimulating greater commercial investment
    • Improving the media coverage of women in sport and women’s sport.

    contact

    rebecca@women-ahead.org

    Group leader

    Liz Dimmock & Jo Bostock

  • Technology

    Main aims

    The main goal of the Technology group is to positively influence girls and women at all levels in their career to develop, grow and further their professional journey within the technology / IT industry. We are hoping that by staying within the industry and continually developing their career, the number of women leaders will continue to increase in tech companies and IT roles thereby offering greater opportunities to fill board positions in tech companies.

    contact

    mdidonato@salesforce.com

    Group leader

    Melissa Di Donato

  • Women for Media

    Main aims

    Women for Media is a database of female leaders in business, finance, government and not-for-profit sectors who are available for media comment on key topics of the day. The database directly connects journalists to these experts with the aim of raising women’s profiles and visibility throughout the media and beyond, as well as providing journalists with easy access to senior female thought leaders. For more detailed information please see here

    contact

    wfm@30percentclub.org

    Group leader

    Niamh Corbett & Francoise Higson

Events


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  • Kindly hosted by the LTA, Roehampton

    Theme: Geraint Thomas will be delivering a session on personal brand.

  • Milton Court, Barbican

  • Kindly hosted by Deloitte, London

  • Kindly hosted by BDO, London

    Theme: tbc

  • Kindly hosted by the Canary Wharf Group at its fintech accelerator, ‘Level39’.

  • Kindly hosted by EY, London

    Theme: tbc

  • Kindly hosted by HSBC, London

  • Copthorne Tara Hotel, London Kensington

    Conference Dates: 14 - 15 March 2016
    Conference Title: Business empowerment, leadership and career advancement for women leaders, managers and next-generation leaders
    Speakers: 30% Club Steering Committee members speaking at the conference include Brenda Trenowden, Melanie Richards, Caroline Carr, Melissa Di Donato and Niamh Corbett.
    Registration: for further details and to register please click here
    Please note that an additional 10% discount on top of the Early Bird discount is availabole to 30% Club Members - please email  info@30percentclub.org to request the discount code.

  • Kindly hosted by Slaughter & May, London

    ​Theme: tbc

  • Kindly hosted by KPMG, London

  • Kindly hosted by HSBC, London

  • Kindly hosted by Freshfields, London

    Theme: Ego & Eco Intelligence
    Keynote speaker: Sharon Oliver – Ashridge Executive Education. Sharon holds an MA in Organisational Psychology. Her key areas of specialisation include: Developing internal resourcefulness, Managing emotional diet, Building HR capacity, Managing polarities, Discovering success DNA, Mindfulness, EQ and SQ, The Levity effect (fun and Laughter at work), Heart Intelligence, Women in Global Leadership. She is a Master Practitioner in NLP (neuro-linguistic programming).

    Rather than feeling that leaders have to have all the answers, and directing things from the outside through command and control, using their own ego strength and energy (ego-intelligent leaders), eco-intelligent leaders see themselves as catalysts within an inter-dependent eco-system. Sharon’s talk will explore how leaders can bring eco-intelligence to bear on their day-to-day work and create self-sustaining eco-systems where staff can find higher levels of self- expression and purpose.


     

  • The University Women's Club, London

  • Kindly hosted by Bloomberg, London

  • Kindly hosted by Linklaters, London

    Keynote speaker: Kathy Harvey - Director of Executive Degree Programmes and Executive MBA Director at Saïd Business School. Kathy was previously responsible for the design and development of postgraduate diplomas and open enrolment programmes within Executive Education, including an innovative Management Acceleration Programme for mid-career managers. She teaches crisis and stakeholder management and coaches participants.
    Kathy has over twenty years' experience of working for leading international organisations. Before joining Saïd Business School she worked as a journalist and consultant, coaching senior executives and leading the strategic development of executive programmes for managers across the private and public sectors. Her clients include investment banks, NHS trusts, government departments and professional associations.Kathy began her career working for the BBC as both a producer and reporter. She spent six years as a political correspondent, interviewing many leading political figures from Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher and Gordon Brown, to Nelson Mandela and Gerry Adams. She has also worked as a commissioning editor for a UK national newspaper and has written for the Sunday Times, Financial Times and a variety of specialist publications.
    Theme: Networks and the ways in which we can create successful networks as a means of extending our influence and enhancing organisational effectiveness. Kathy will examine the ways to avoid gaps in all our networks and will offer the chance to think afresh about how to reach across boundaries to build lasting and powerful alliances.


     

  • Kindly hosted by Linklaters, London

    Keynote speaker: Kathy Harvey - Director of Executive Degree Programmes and Executive MBA Director at Saïd Business School. Kathy was previously responsible for the design and development of postgraduate diplomas and open enrolment programmes within Executive Education, including an innovative Management Acceleration Programme for mid-career managers. She teaches crisis and stakeholder management and coaches participants.
    Kathy has over twenty years' experience of working for leading international organisations. Before joining Saïd Business School she worked as a journalist and consultant, coaching senior executives and leading the strategic development of executive programmes for managers across the private and public sectors. Her clients include investment banks, NHS trusts, government departments and professional associations.Kathy began her career working for the BBC as both a producer and reporter. She spent six years as a political correspondent, interviewing many leading political figures from Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher and Gordon Brown, to Nelson Mandela and Gerry Adams. She has also worked as a commissioning editor for a UK national newspaper and has written for the Sunday Times, Financial Times and a variety of specialist publications.
    ​Theme: Networks and the ways in which we can create successful networks as a means of extending our influence and enhancing organisational effectiveness. Kathy will examine the ways to avoid gaps in all our networks and will offer the chance to think afresh about how to reach across boundaries to build lasting and powerful alliances.

  • Oxford Brookes University, Oxford

  • Kindly hosted by Oliver Wyman, London

    Theme: Getting Things Done
    Keynote speaker: Judy Goldberg, Design and Delivery lead at Women Ahead and is a mentee masterclass on how to create space for your mentoring meetings, using the ground-breaking methodology Getting Things Done.

  • The University Women's Club, London

  • Milton Court, Barbican

  • Milton Court, Barbican

  • Kindly hosted by Reed Smith, London

    Lord Browne and Carolyn McCall will be discussing the challenges shared by female and LGBT executives on their leadership journeys. Former chief executive of BP and author of The Glass Closet, Lord Browne has become a key figure in making the business case for LGBT inclusion and as CEO of easyJet, Carolyn McCall is currently one of only six female CEOs of a FTSE100 company. The discussion will be facilitated by Paul Brand, Political Correspondent, ITV News.

  • Kindly hosted by EY, London

  • Kindly hosted by Deloitte, London

    ​For a copy of the event programme please click here. To view the short 30% Club film that was featured please click here.

  • The University Women's Club, London

  • Kindly hosted by J Stern & Co, London

  • The University Women's Club, London

  • Ham Yard Hotel, London

    Click here for event details.

  • Kindly hosted by Newton Investement Management, London

  • KPMG, London

  • Cambridge University, Cambridge

    Announcement of Student Aspiration Survey pilot results, please click here for a copy of the report.

  • 8 Northumberland Avenue, London

    Keynote speaker: Patsy Rodenberg, OBE

  • Said University, Oxford

  • London

  • Four Seasons Hotel, Jumeirah Beach Dubai

    The GCC Chapter of The 30% Club Powers Arabian Business Forum on gender diversity


    Dubai, UAE- 24 May 2016: Business leaders across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries today took part in The 13th Arabian Business Forum, in association with the 30% Club GCC Chapter, a global business-led initiative committed to achieving better gender representation in senior leadership positions of organisations.

    Lubna Qassim, Executive Vice President, Group Company Secretary and group General Counsel of Emirates NBD and Founding Chair of the GCC Chapter of the 30% Club, opened the conference with a keynote speech on diversity and the 30% Club GCC Chapter.

    Ghassan Turqieh, Consulting Partner and human capital leader at Deloitte in the Middle East delivered a presentation entitled: ‘View from the top: What business executives really think about women leaders in the GCC’ in which he discussed the key findings of a GCC study conducted by Deloitte in collaboration with the 30% Club GCC.

    “We are honoured to be associated with this important event,” said Raeda AlSarayreh, Director of Corporate Affairs at CH2M MENAI and Steering Committee member of the 30% Club GCC. “We are continuously working together to support the efforts of GCC governments and companies to increase women’s participation in the workforce in the belief that gender balance on boards further contributes to improved board performance.”

    Other eminent speakers from the 30% Club GCC included Hoda Abou Jamra, Founding Partner, TVM Capital Healthcare Partners and Catherine Beckett, Partner, Dentons, among other to discuss an array of topics including  how to encourage greater female entrepreneurship in the Gulf.

    To learn more about the 30% Club GCC and how your firm can support this initiative, please contact: info@30percentclubGCC.org

    View from the Top - A GCC study conducted by Deloitte in association with the 30% Club GCC Chapter, was released at the Arabian Business Women's Forum on 24th May 2016. Please download the report here.

  • Armani Hotel, Burj Khalifa, Dubai

  • Dubai

  • Dubai

  • NH Hotel President, Largo Augusto, 10 Milan

  • La Maison symphonique de Montréal

    La création de valeur par la diversité : la diversité pour favoriser une meilleure prise de décision dans les conseils d’administration

    Neil Bruce, Président et chef de la direction, SNC-Lavalin
    Isabelle Courville, Présidente du conseil, Banque Laurentienne
    Victor G. Dodid, Président et chef de la direction, Banque CIBC et président du conseil, 30% Club Canada

    Joignez-vous à des chefs d’entreprise canadiens et montréalais intéressés à explorer les occasions qui émergent grâce à la diversité alors que Neil Bruce, Isabelle Courville et Victor G. Dodig discuteront de la façon dont la diversité dans les conseils d’administration favorise une meilleure prise de décision, au profit des diverses parties prenantes.

    Inscrivez-vous

    Le mardi 20 septembre 2016, de 17 h 30 à 20 h 30
    La Maison symphonique de Montréal, Place des Arts, Foyers Parterre et Allegro 
    1600, rue Saint-Urbain, Montréal

    Vous pouvez voir l’emplacement et réserver votre place de stationnement en ligne.
    Veuillez confirmer votre présence avant le 6 septembre. 
    Un cocktail sera servi avant le panel de discussion et une table ronde.

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    Growing the Diversity Dividend: Diversity for Better Decision-Making in the Boardroom

    Neil Bruce, President & CEO of SNC-Lavalin
    Isabelle Courville, Chair of the Board of the Laurentian Bank
    Victor G. Dodig, President & CEO of CIBC and Chair of 30% Club Canada

    Join Canadian and Montreal business leaders interested in exploring the opportunities that emerge through diversity as Neil Bruce, Isabelle Courville and Victor G. Dodig, discuss how diversity in the boardroom enables better decision-making, benefiting multiple stakeholders. 

    Register Now >>

    Tuesday, September 20, 2016 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
    La Maison symphonique de Montréal, Place des Arts Foyers Parterre and Allegro 
    1600, Saint-Urbain Street, Montréal
    You may see the location and reserve your indoor parking space online.
    RSVP before September 6.
    There will be cocktails before a panel discussion and round table.

              

  • Rotman School of Management, Toronto

    Victor G. Dodig, President and CEO of CIBC & Chair of 30% Club Canada and Peter T. Grauer, Executive Chairman of Bloomberg & Founding Chairman of U.S. 30% Club invite you to join a conversation on

    Growing the Diversity Dividend: The 30% Club Advantage
    Join Canadian business leaders interested in exploring the opportunities that emerge through gender diversity as Peter T. Grauer and Victor G. Dodig, share experiences, roadblocks, key learnings and advice on what senior leaders can do to achieve gender diversity across all levels within organizations.

    Event Details
    Wednesday, September 14, 2016, 7:30 am – 9:30 am
    Desautels Hall at the Rotman School of Management
    105 St. George Street, Toronto, Ontario
    Register here >>

  • Hyatt Regency, Calgary

    Research has documented and experience has confirmed that men have a critical role to play in creating inclusive workplaces and accelerating progress for women. 

    Join Catalyst and KPMG for a panel discussion with male executives who are championing change:

    • Bill Thomas, Chief Executive Officer and Senior Partner - KPMG in Canada and Chair - KPMG's Americas Region, Catalyst Canada Advisory Board Member
    • Victor Dodig, President and CEO, CIBC, Catalyst Canada Advisory Board Member and Chair, 30% Club Canada
    • Moderated by Deborah Gillis, President and CEO, Catalyst


    Many men are unfamiliar with how gender gaps in opportunity, pay, and advancement hurt them, too, both as leaders of companies and as members of families and communities.Organizations must enlist these men, in partnership with women, to work together as allies in changing the organizational norms and structures that perpetuate gender gaps.

    This event is especially targeted to male senior executives, Chief Human Resources Officers, and Chief Diversity Officerswho are seeking strategies for leveraging all talent in the workplace and advice about the most effective ways for women and men to partner together in ending gender inequalities at work.

    Event Details
    Thursday, 2 June 2016 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM (MDT)

    Hyatt Regency - 700 Centre Street SE , Calgary, AB
    Register here by May 26, 2016. No fee - all are welcome. Space is limited, and early registration is highly recommended. Please direct any questions to Joanna Harper at jharper@catalyst.org.

    Sponsored by

  • The Rotman School of Management, Toronto

     

     


    The 30% Club Canada, Catalyst, Initiative for Women in Business, and IWF Canada invites you to celebrate International Women's Day and join the conversation: The Diversity Dividend.

    Speakers
    Victor G. Dodig
    , President and CEO, CIBC
    Howard Wetston, former chairman and CEO of the Ontario Securities Commission
    Alex Johnston, former Executive Director, Catalyst Canada
    Moderated by Prof. Beatrix Dart, Executive Director, Initiative for Women in Business  

    Event Details
    Tuesday, March 8, 2016

    7:30 am – 8:00 am Registration & Breakfast  |  8:00 am – 9:00 am Panel Discussion
    Rotman School of Management, Desautels Hall  
    105 St George St, 2nd Floor ‐ South Building, Toronto
    Register here by March 7, 2016 at 4:00 pm. No fee - all are welcome. Pre-registration online is mandatory.

    Sponsored by

  • The Rotman School of Management, Toronto.

  • KPMG, Toronto

  • Webinar

    ​To listen to the webinar, click here

  • Telesure, Dainfern

  • Webber Wentzel, Sandton

  • Table Bay Hotel, Cape Town

    Workshop presented by Rania Anderson.

    Click here to find out more information.

  • The Maslow Hotel, Sandton

    Workshop presented by Rania Anderson.

    Click here to find out more information.

  • Vodacom Dome, Midrand

    ​Keynote speaker: Rania Anderson. ​

    Rania Anderson is the foremost expert on the career advancement of

    businesswomen in developing and emerging economies, a global speaker, 

    an executive coach and the author of Undeterred: The Six Success Habits of 

    Women in Emerging Economies, the first career advice book expressly written 

    for educated women in developing and emerging economies.

     

    As the founder of The Way Women Work a global platform she speaks to, 

    advises, coaches, trains and writes for women and men at companies around 

    the world including: P&G, GE, Barclays, PwC, Bank of America, T-Systems 

    and O-I programs as well as at universities and conferences around the world.

     

    For a photo gallery of the previous events please click here

  • PwC, Sunninghill

    For further details please click here.  

  • Business Connexion, Midrand

  • RMB


    30% club Southern Africa launched a new initiative called "lean in circles”.  Lean In Circles are small groups from across different industries who meet regularly to learn and grow together.Circles are as unique as the individuals who start them, but they all share a common bond: the power of peer support. 30% Club Southern Africa have started a number of these groups and welcome new participants in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.
     
    The aim of these groups is to develop confident leaders in corporate South Africa, inspired to grow and make a tangible impact on the business community. To become involved, contact Colleen Larsen on colleen@businessengage.co.za.
     
    For a link to photos of the kickstart meeting on click here
     

  • T-Systems, Midrand

    For further details please click here.  ​Additional hosts include - click here.  For a photo gallery of previous Board Walk events, please click here

  • Investec

    The conference, which will be held annually, is aimed at positively escalating the quality of debate around gender mainstreaming.  For a photo gallery of The Connected Workplace event, please click here

  • T-Systems, South Africa

    ​For a photo gallery of the 2015 dinner please click here

    For a photo gallery of the 2016 dinner please click here

  • New Straits Times

  • Maybank Tower, Kuala Lumpur

  • The Star

  • The Malaysian Reserve

  • Lanai Kijang, Kuala Lumpur

  • BERNAMA

  • The Star Online Business News

  • The Star Nation

  • BFM 89.9

  • NSTP

  • Forbes

    Please click here  to read about 3 Amazing Asian Stories on Women and Leadership

  • New Straits Times and Focus Malaysia

    Please click here for media coverage on Women on Boards

  • Bloomberg TV Malaysia

    Oct 2, 2015 (Kuala Lumpur) - Anne Abraham, co-founder of the 30% Club Malaysia Chapter, discussing the national agenda to bring in more talent and diversity into key leadership positions. She also tells Bloomberg TV Malaysia’s Sophie Kamaruddin that boards need to start becoming a real career destination for women as well as part of company initiative.

  • Kuala Lumpur Convention Center

  • Matheson, Dublin

  • Conrad Hotel, Dublin

  • Science Gallery, Naughton Institute, Trinity College, Dublin

  • Citi, Dublin

  • Vodafone, Dublin

  • Davy, Dublin

  • BNY Mellon, Dublin

  • National Concert Hall, Dublin

  • PwC, Dublin

  • Mercer, Dublin

  • The Westbury Hotel, Dublin

  • Arthur Cox, Dublin

  • Science Gallery, Naughton Institute, Trinity College, Dublin

  • JC Hall, The Asia Society Hong Kong Center

    Recognising that many boards still largely rely on their own networks to fill board openings, the lunch brought our extensive and growing pool of accomplished and aspiring women directors face to face with chairmen, board members and senior management from Hong Kong's leading companies and their key advisors. In a simulation of boardroom discussions, guests engaged over lunch in a structured exchange of views on some of the key issues facing boards today including succession planning, social media strategy and risk management. 

  • Hosted By Bloomberg

    Favorite Stories from the 30% Club 2nd Anniversary from Bloomberg ECOMM on Vimeo.

  • Hosted By PwC

  • Hosted By Citi

  • Hosted By Bloomberg

  • Hosted By KPMG

  • Hosted By Kate Spade

  • Hosted by Lazard

  • Hosted by Bloomberg L.P.

  • Bloomberg, New York

  • Hosted by 30% Club & 2020 Women on Boards

  • Perth

  • Melbourne

  • Sydney


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