Prof Miranda K. Brawn is the first Honorary Professor of Business and Law at London’s University of Roehampton

PROFESSOR MIRANDA K. Brawn has been awarded an honorary professorship in business and law which is the first honorary professorship for the University of Roehampton in August 2023.

She will work alongside academics while lecturing and mentoring the students at the Roehampton University’s Business School and Law School. She will share her experiences of being a highly successful businesswoman and senior corporate lawyer for decades while also raising the profile of her much-needed diversity, inclusion, equity and sustainability work.

The collaboration will enable Professor Brawn to complete her research report called ‘The Brawn Review: Sustainability, Inclusion and Corporate Governance’. This was commenced during her tenor at Oxford University between 2022 and 2023 as a senior visiting fellow.

The award was presented in recognition of Miranda’s contribution to business, finance, law, education, charity, diversity, inclusion, sustainability and boardroom equity for over three decades. This includes the charity which she founded on the 4th of January 2016 called ‘The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation’. They are launching a new podcast on the day of their 8th Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Annual Lecture during UK Black History Month next month called ‘D.A.R.E.’ (a podcast with Professor Miranda K. Brawn) interviewing the UK’s most successful and daring leaders.

She is a highly respected leader where her high profile, expertise, experience and influence will undoubtedly bring benefit and real positive impact to the University of Roehampton and the lives of people in the community.

Her work over the years have demonstrated a commitment to reducing inequalities across all sectors including healthcare as part of her new role starting on the 1st of January 2023 as a non-executive director on the board of Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust in London.

The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Annual Lecture hosted by global law firm Hogan Lovells International is called “Addressing ESG+H(ealth) Inequalities” this year with a list of influential healthcare CEO’s, House of Commons’ Wes Streeting MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care of the United Kingdom and Professor Miranda K. Brawn delivering the annual lecture sharing views on how to close the health inequalities gap. Music will be by ‘Black Living Donors’ where Miranda is their first Patron to help raise the awareness of the importance of black kidney donations among the black community to help save lives and improve health conditions overall for everyone of all races and backgrounds.

Further information is on the University of Roehampton Website about Professor Miranda Brawn’s Honorary Professorship: