Congratulations to all our 2022 Inclusive Awards Winners
December 1st 2022 at the The Midland Hotel, Manchester.
D&I Consultancy Award
Shape Talent are the equity, diversity and inclusion experts for complex multinational organisations who are serious about gender equality (and what it can achieve for their business).
Chief Executive of the Year Award
Caroline Frankum | Kantar
Caroline Frankum is a multi-award-winning Global CEO with a proven track record for defying the odds and driving inclusive change leadership by positively disrupting the status quo.
Outstanding Diversity Network Award
HSBC Balance UK Network
Balance UK is HSBC UK’s employee resource group which focuses on achieving gender diversity and inclusion throughout the organisation, providing a voice for all colleagues.
Head of Diversity & Inclusion Award
Janet Tidmarsh | Whitbread
Having previously worked with brands such as Virgin and Sainsburys, Janet Tidmarsh is Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Whitbread.
Inclusive Culture Initiative Award
United Utilities is a FTSE 100 listed company, providing water and wastewater services to over 7 million customers across the North West – where black, Asian and ethnic minority representation is just 9.2 per cent.
D&I Tech Initiative Award
Barclays Chief Technology Office D&I initiatives
Barclays’ Chief Technology Office (CTO) Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) Working Group drove the Barclays DE&I agenda across CTO. During 2020-21, they established four key pillars: Diverse Pipeline, Early Careers, Ethnicity and Talent Development to promote a diverse, equitable and inclusive culture.
Social Mobility Project Award
University of Sunderland 'We Care'
The University of Sunderland is renowned for its supportive and nurturing approach to students, ensuring that everyone regardless of their background has the opportunity to reach their full potential within higher education.
Diversity Teams Award
West Midlands Police Diversity & Inclusion Team
Due to the hard work and commitment of the D&I Team, West Midland Police (WMP) have seen a culture change within the organisation like never before.
Lifetime Achiever Award
Professor Amanda Kirby
Professor Kirby is a qualified GP, renowned author, and Professor at the University of South Wales and Cardiff University. Passionate about improving the lives of neurodiverse people, Amanda sits as the chair of the ADHD Foundation and is founder of Do-It Solutions, the global market leader in Neurodiverse screening and assessments.