ELECTION VOTE FOR ALDERMAN CANDIDATE MIRANDA K. BRAWN
“I am ready to be an engaged and active Alderman representing the people working and living in the Ward of Cordwainer and the City of London nationally and internationally. If elected, I will work towards an “iCHANGES” modernised future – “Innovative/Inclusive”, “Cleaner”, “Healthier”, “Action-led”, “Net-zero”, “Goal/Growth” and “Equality/Equitable” focused on “Sustainability” with first-class transformative solutions including transport, climate change, diversity and technology led approaches. ” – Dr Miranda Brawn
Note: The City of London is the oldest continuously-running local democracy in the world. The Square Mile is run by 100 Common Councillors and 25 Aldermen, elected by workers and residents across the City.
Dr Miranda Brawn in the City of London during her election campaigning (May 2022)
Ten reasons to vote for Miranda:
1.Business success where Miranda has nearly 30 years of industry experience in the City as a respected senior executive with gravitas and interpersonal skills, evidencing her vast experience to promote the City in the UK and abroad. Her executive and non-executive experience covers a range of sectors (finance, law, engineering, technology, arts, academia, consumer, charity, retail and government) driving refreshed visions and supporting businesses to thrive.
2. Wider leadership where Miranda has the capacity to communicate with decision-makers at the highest levels in the UK and abroad with a proven track record across all continents alongside Global Business and Political Leaders such as CEO’s, Regulators, Ministers, Prime Ministers, City Mayors, other Global Leaders and members of the Royal Family through her industry, consulting, charity and public speaking work.
3. Effective, persuasive communicator and negotiator in the UK and internationally with vast experience in international business having been a senior banking lawyer (focus on negotiations, regulations and governance), hedge fund sales trader and investment banker working on international financial trades at top global investment banks such as JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, HSBC etc covering 100+ countries having been one of the first women of colour on the City’s trading floor.
4. Alongside her career, she has a strong track record of senior board experience having served on 30+ boards and committees across private, public and third sectors as an Advisor, Non-Executive Director, CEO, Trustee, Equality Commissioner, Patron, UK Global Poverty Ambassador, Chair/Vice Chair. With a highly personable, authentic, supportive and warm charm that is important for the Alderman role. She is also a Bloomberg News ‘New Voices’ expert business media contributor for London and New York and a future Visiting Fellow at the University of Oxford.
5. A philanthropist supporting numerous charities and non-profit organisations, including launching her own registered Charity to help educate and empower our next generation of diverse leaders across all workplace sectors. Being a Trustee, Chair, Strategic Board Advisor, Supporter and Fundraiser for various charities will enable her to bring her fund and awareness-raising experience.
6. A lifelong member of the City, Miranda is a committed member of the community serving in voluntary positions from Ward Club to Livery Companies driving excellence and opportunities in the economic heart of the UK. She is also passionate about the City’s unique history and bringing back its life.
7. Miranda’s work has helped to build global businesses and increase diversity in the City earning her both awards and recognition from her peers including “Woman of the Year” and “Ambassador of the Year” at the Women in Finance Awards for ‘extraordinary and sustained achievement…within Finance’ and ‘voice for change’.
8. She is well connected and of the calibre that would be a great asset to the Court of Aldermen in its ongoing work to rebuild, diversify and promote the City, post Brexit and post pandemic as a driving force for good.
9. Her candidacy has the full support of former Lord Mayor of London Dame Fiona Woolf and many others in and out of the City of London. Dame Fiona calls Miranda “a complete inspiration where her energy and enthusiasm will be infectious” in the Court of Aldermen.
10. Proven track record of delivering and championing diversity, inclusion and ESG/Sustainability solutions, Miranda is a top quality candidate with a unique mixed heritage (Asian/Caribbean/English/European), including her natural empathy for others and respectful approach to different communities, ethnicities, religions and cultures gains support where others often struggle to relate. She is a multi-award winning Diversity, Inclusion and Sustainability Champion and plans to actively help the Corporation to reflect the growing diverse make-up of the City and overall global society.
Almost everyone accepts that we need greater diversity, inclusion and sustainable solutions in the City and public office alike. For Miranda, delivering her “iCHANGE” vision is not about slogans but about substance; not about lip service but about public service, not about words but about deeds and action with integrity and transparency.
It is very important that as many of the voters turn up and vote for Miranda K. Brawn on Thursday, 26th May 2022 from 8am to 8pm at St. Mary Le Bow Church, Cheapside, EC2V 6AU or via Post / Proxy. For further voting information https://www.speakforthecity.com/voting
Voters can contact Miranda Brawn: Email – email@example.com
Published, Printed and Promoted by Dr Miranda Brawn of Suite 81, 95 Mortimer Street, London, W1W 7GB
13th May 2022: Inclusion and Sustainability Champion seeks Key City Alderman Role https://brixtonblog.com/2022/05/diversity-champion-seeks-key-city-of-london-role/
15th May 2022: Dr Miranda Brawn is on the BBC Radio Derby Show at 9pm (UK time) talking about the upcoming Aldermanic elections. The recorded version will be available for one month. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0c3gjlq From 1 hour and 12 minutes Miranda explains what an Alderman’s role is and the difference between the Lord Mayor of London and the Mayor of London including what she plans to bring to the table of the City of London Corporation with inclusion and sustainability.
20th May 2022 to 26th May 2022: Panjab Times – Europe’s largest Panjabi’s news publication across UK, Europe, India and Pakistan showing their support on page 47 in a special English translated article. http://panjabtimes.uk/epaper.aspx?eid=474
24th May 2022: The Voice – Europe’s largest Black news publication across UK, Europe, Caribbean and Africa showing their support for Miranda Brawn to win the Aldermanic elections on 26th May 2022. https://www.voice-online.co.uk/news/sponsored-news/2022/05/24/campaigning-for-ichange-in-the-city/
Remember to vote for Miranda K. Brawn on 26th May 2022
Definition of an Alderman
The City of London Alderman is one of the oldest elected roles in the UK. Each of the twenty-five wards elects one Alderman for a term of up to six years and several will see elections in 2022. Together, they form the Court of Aldermen, one of the three governing Courts of the City of London. Their role is to encourage trade, champion standards, build skills in the workforce and promote the City as an attractive place to live and do business.
Aldermen also sit on the Court of Common Council which is responsible for the overall policies and resources of the City Corporation, and sets its multi-year strategy and plans. They are also appointed to the boards of a range of charities, as well as the governing bodies of the City’s academy schools in neighbouring boroughs. Many Aldermen have a financial or professional services background and are well-placed to develop further the City’s relations with this key sector.
Each year, the Lord Mayor is elected from amongst the Aldermen – and those looking to stand for the mayoralty will first need to be elected as an Alderman.