Black Women in Leadership

Why are Black women still overlooked and left behind in career progression?

Wednesday 19th October, 12pm-1pm (BST)

Guest: Yemi Jackson
Founder and CEO, Engage Transform
Across the world, companies are working to increase the number of women in their leadership teams with almost 40% of UK FTSE 100 board positions held by women, as of 2022 (
However, Black women continue to be underrepresented despite the push for gender equality. A survey conducted by BWIL (Black Women in Leadership) Network found, 44% (4/10) of Black women do not believe they are offered the same career advancement opportunities as their non-Black female colleagues and 84% of Black women in senior management positions reported experiencing racial bias at work.

So why are Black women still overlooked and left behind?

Join us and our guest speakers, Trowers and Hamlins Partner and Head of Office Yetunde Dania and Founder and CEO of Engage Transform, Yemi Jackson on Wednesday 19th October at 12pm to discuss ‘Black Women in Leadership’.

Discussion Points:
- Barriers to gaining access to the rooms where decisions are made;
- Dealing with uninclusive culture, micro-aggressions and problematic assumptions;
- The challenges created by intersectional identities;
- What needs to change to establish equity for Black women in leadership?

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Hosted by Rachael Owhin (She/Her)
Senior EDI Consultant, The Equal Group
Guest: Yetunde Dania
Trowers and Hamlins Partner and Head of Office