Chamber Diversity & Inclusion Series:
International Women’s Day 2020

In Conversation with Pamela Hutchinson, Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Bloomberg

‘Equality is not a women’s issue, it’s a business issue’. There’s broad consensus that diverse workplaces lead to better business outcomes including increased productivity and profitability. Multiple studies demonstrate this, with a recent BCG report finding that companies with more diverse management teams increased innovation revenue by 19%.

To mark International Women’s Day 2020 the Chamber is delighted to announce Pamela Hutchinson, Global Head of D&I for Bloomberg as our guest speaker for this upcoming Diversity & Inclusion event. With more than 20 years’ experience in managing diversity across the private sector, Pamelia is a recognised thought leader in the area. She was featured in the 2016 and 2017 Global Diversity Lists of Top 50 Diversity Professionals and included in the 2017 & 2018 PowerLists of Britain’s most influential people of African and African Caribbean heritage.

Pamela will join us to discuss her career journey and address the theme for International Women’s Day #EachforEqual, reflecting on the shared responsibility across business to drive greater equality. In conversation with Pamela we will explore not only the challenges of achieving greater gender and LGBTI parity in the workplace but also those associated with embracing racial and ethnic diversity.

Join us for what promises to be a fascinating and enlightening conversation with Pamela about the evolution of diversity and inclusion as a strategic business issue, progress to date and the shared challenge ahead.

Aus-UK Chamber Members- Free

Guests and Non-Members: £20

Please note Chatham House Rule will apply 



Pamela Hutchinson, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Bloomberg LP


Pamela is the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Bloomberg. In this role, she leads the company’s global diversity and inclusion initiatives around the world whilst establishing strategic direction, goals and accountability. Pamela also serves as a partner and thought leader and provides internal and external consulting services and subject matter expertise.

Pamela is cited as one of the most visible and vocal thought leaders and advocates for diversity across the private sector and has more than 20 years’ experience in managing diversity across engineering, financial services, technology and media. During her tenure, Pamela has provided coaching and guidance to senior leaders, whilst collaborating across HR and the business to deliver objectives, measures and solutions to promote and progress diversity and inclusion.

Pamela has worked at firms including Barclay’s, Bechtel Ltd, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Northern Trust and has been instrumental in firmly establishing ethnic diversity as an imperative across the City whilst being a visible and vocal campaigner for equality.

Pamela was recognised in the Top 50 Part Time Power List 2014, was a finalist in the Financial Services Leader category at the inaugural Black British Business Awards 2014 and a finalist in the European Diversity Awards 2013 in the Inspirational Role Model of the Year category.

In addition Pamela featured in the 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 Powerlist of Britain’s most influential people of African and African Caribbean heritage, awarded Head of Diversity of the Year in the 2016 European Diversity Awards and was featured in the 2016 & 2017 Global Diversity List Top 50 Diversity Professionals

 

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