With a background as an investment banker and barrister, Miranda Brawn is a senior business, legal and diversity executive. She is also a social entrepreneur where she is Founder of The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation. This is a non-profit organisation where Miranda has won a ‘Points of Light’ award from the UK Prime Minister for making history by launching the first diversity lecture aimed at schoolchildren and the next generation. Named as one of the UK’s leading diversity experts & the go-to person for race diversity in the City by recent press.

photo-4A multi-award winning legal, business, technology and diversity leader who is hailed as a trailblazer and honoured numerous times domestically and internationally for her achievements. A regular business and diversity expert on television and radio while being quoted in the national press. Top 100 Women in European Finance (Financial News), one of the most powerful women in London on social media (City AM), listed in the UK’s Top 10 inspiring female politicians and activists who are changing Britain (Metro), one of Britain’s most influential Black business people (BE Mogul) and Top 100 BAME business executives Powerlist (FT), Top 30 most inspirational Women in the City (Brummel Magazine), Highly Commended Diversity Champion at the UK Diversity Legal Awards & elected a Fellow of Royal Society of Arts to name but a few. Miranda’s work has also been personally praised by HRH The Prince of Wales, Mayor of London and the UK Prime Minister.

With a robust track record managing legal risk and investments for the world’s biggest companies, she takes businesses to the next level of growth. With a refreshing and diverse background, Miranda is also an advisor & patron to a number of companies, charities, individuals & governments, including Drive Diversity at the House of Lords. She has spoken across the globe including Parliament. Her professional experience combined with her exuberant personality makes her a sought-after public speaker of the highest calibre.

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