Jane Durkin

Jane Durkin

Jane Durkin

Assistant Director, Corporate Social Responsibility
General Medical Council

North West Leadership Board

Jane Durkin is Assistant Director for Corporate Social Responsibility at the General Medical Council (GMC). Jane took this role in May 2020 to lead the GMC’s work to enhance its approach to responsible business.

Jane has been with the GMC since 2008 and was previously responsible for its registration functions. These include the GMC’s contact centre and teams handling more than 20,000 applications for registration each year. She was also responsible for the GMC’s examinations for overseas doctors seeking registration in the UK. The tests make sure doctors who qualify overseas have the right knowledge and skills to practise medicine in the UK. Exams consist of a knowledge test held in 13 countries around the world and a comprehensive skills test at the GMC’s specialist test centre in Manchester. 

Prior to joining the GMC, Jane was Assistant Information Commissioner at the Information Commissioner’s Office in Wilmslow.

Jane is delighted to be on Business in the Community’s North West Advisory Board. She is looking forward to progressing an ambitious agenda for the region and is enthusiastic about combining her passion for responsible business and the North West.

List of Business in the Community Members


Jeremy Darroch, CEO, Sky and President, Business in the Community


Updated: August 2020
Abellio GroupFederated HermesOliver Wyman
AccentureFinancial Services Compensation SchemeOpen University in Wales
ACT TrainingFinning Group (UK)Oracle Corporation UK
Addo Food GroupFirst Mile LimitedOrbit Group Ltd
ADI GroupFitch GroupParagon Banking Group
AEGON (UK)FordPennon Group
AF Blakemore & Son LtdFreshfields Bruckhaus DeringerPepsiCo UK and Ireland
Aldi UK & IrelandFujitsuPertemps Ltd
Alun Griffiths Contractors LtdFutures Housing GroupPhilip Morris International
AmazonGeneral Medical CouncilPhoenix Group
AmeyGilbert-Ash LimitedPIMCO Europe
Anglian Water GroupGlasgow Caledonian UniversityPinsent Masons LLP
Anglo AmericanGlaxoSmithKlinePOLYMATERIA LIMITED
Anthesis Consulting Group plcGlenmorangie CompanyPost Office
ArmGoldman Sachs InternationalPragmatic Agency
ArupGooglePremier Oil
ASDA Stores LtdGower CollegePrincipality Building Society
Associated British FoodsGowling WLG (Wragge)Project One Consulting Limited
Association of Accounting TechniciansGrant ThorntonProwrap Group - Wrapex Ltd / Procare UK Ltd
AssurantGreater London AuthorityPublic Health England
AtosGreggsPunter Southall Aspire
Avara FoodsGresham Technologies plcPwC
AVIVA PLCGreys Matter LtdReckitt Benckiser
AWEGuest MotorsReward Gateway
AXIS Capital HoldingsGymshark LimitedRicardo
Baillie Gifford & CoHachette UKRicoh UK
Bain & CompanyHALO Urban RegenerationRobertson Group
Baker McKenzieHarperCollins PublishersRolls-Royce
Bank of America Merrill LynchHeathrow Airport LimitedRoyal London Group
Bank of EnglandHenry Boot plcROYAL MAIL GROUP LIMITED
BarclaysHeron Bros LtdRSM
Baringa PartnersHiggs & Sons SolicitorsSage plc
BCS ConsultingHiscox UKSalesforce.com
Beaverbrooks the JewellersHogan Lovells International LLPSamworth Brothers (Holdings)
Bentley Motors LimitedHome Instead Senior CareSantander UK
Bettys & Taylors Group LtdHomeserve PLCScottish Qualifications Authority
BigChangeHSB Engineering InsuranceScottish Water
Bird & Bird LLPHSBC BankSecure Trust Bank
BloombergIBM UKSecuriGroup
Bluestone National Park ResortIceland Foods Ltd.Sedgwick
BNP ParibasICF Next (previously We are Vista)Severn Trent
Bowmer & KirklandInterContinental Hotels GroupShakespeare Martineau LLP
BPInterfaceShell UK
Brewin Dolphin HoldingsIrwin MitchellShoosmiths
Bristol International AirportISS UKSHS Group Ltd
British American TobaccoJ SainsburySiemens PLC
British LandJ. Murphy & Sons LimitedSky
Broadridge Financial Solutions LtdJacobsSociete Generale
Brother Industries UK (Wales)Jaguar Land RoverSodexo
BTJC DecauxSouth Wales Police
BupaJehu GroupSouthern Water
Burberry GroupJLLSport England
Burger KingJohn Lewis Partnership/WaitroseSPTS Technologies
Burges SalmonJoseph Rowntree FoundationSt James's Place
CalMac Ferries LtdKeenan Recycling LtdStandard Life Aberdeen
Calor Gas LtdKier GroupStantec
Capita GroupKnight FrankSymphony Environmental Technologies plc
Capital Law LLPKPMGTalkTalk Telecom Group plc
Capital OneL&Q GroupTAQA Bratani Limited
Capsticks SolicitorsLandmarc Support Services LimitedTarget Group
Cardiff and Vale CollegeLeeds Building SocietyTate
Cardiff Business SchoolLeeds City CouncilTESCO PLC
Cardiff Metropolitan UniversityLegal & General Group PlcThales Group
Castell Howell FoodsLexisNexis Risk SolutionsThames Water
Central England Co-operativeLinc-Cymru Housing AssociationThe Co-operative
CentricaLincolnshire Co-operativeThe Crown Estate
Cereal Partners WorldwideLinkedInThe Eden Project
CHEPLinklatersThe Football Association (FA)
Chevron U.K. LtdLiverpool John Moores UniversityThe Go-Ahead Group
CiscoLivin Housing LtdThe Midcounties Co-operative
CITIZEN HousingLloyds Banking GroupThe Scottish Salmon Company Ltd
City & Guilds GroupLloyd's of LondonThe Southern Co-op
CityFibreLondon Borough of Barking and DagenhamThe University of Birmingham
Cleone FoodsLondon North Eastern RailwayTideway
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLPLondon Stock ExchangeTimpson Ltd
CNOOC InternationalLongevity PartnersTLT LLP
ColasLVToyota (GB) plc
Coleg y CymoeddManchester Airports GroupToyota Motor Manufacturing (UK)
Columbia Threadneedle InvestmentsManchester Metropolitan University, Faculty of Business and LawTransport for the West Midlands
COOLEY (UK) LLPMarks & SpencerTransUnion
Costain GroupMarshTrivallis Ltd
Covéa InsuranceMarshallsTSB Bank plc
Coventry & Warwickshire ChampionsMayborn GroupUBS
Coventry Building SocietyMcCann WorldgroupUK Power Networks
Credit SuisseMcKinseyUnilever
Crown Estate ScotlandMedline International BVUnipart Group
Crown Workspace LimitedMeggittUnite Students
Custerian LimitedMercer LimitedUnited Utilities
DAC Beachcroft LLPMerlin Entertainments GroupUniversity of Huddersfield Business School
Danbro LtdMichael Page InternationalUniversity of Hull, Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
De Montfort UniversityMinistry of Defence PoliceUniversity of Leicester
Deloitte LLPMinistry of JusticeUniversity of Manchester
Department for TransportMonmouthshire Building SocietyUniversity of Warwick
Derwent LondonMorgan StanleyUniversity of Winchester
Development Bank of WalesMSS GroupUnum
DiageoMVF GlobalUPS Ltd
Direct Line GroupMWH Treatment LtdV12 Retail Finance
Dixons CarphoneNational Crime AgencyVeolia
Dolmans SolicitorsNational GridVerizon UK Limited
Drax Group PLCNational WindscreensVertex
DWF LLPNationwideVia East Midlands
Dwr Cymru Welsh WaterNATSVictrex plc
E G Lewis HoldingsNatWest GroupVirgin Money
East Midlands RailwayNestle Holdings UKWales & West Utilities Limited
EBRDNetwork Recruitment Wales LimitedWalgreens Boots Alliance
EcoActNewcastle Business SchoolWalt Disney Company
EDF EnergyNexbaWarburtons
Edrington-Beam Suntory UK Distribution LtdNextWatts Truck & Van
Efficiency North Holdings LtdNFU Mutual Insurance CoWesleyan Assurance Society
Electricity North West LtdNike (UK)Westfield Europe
EMCOR (UK)nmcn PLCWestmorland
Emerald Group PublishingNoble FoodsWhitby Seafoods Ltd
EncircNominetWhyte & MacKay
ENGIE SERVICES LIMITEDNorthern Gas NetworksWildHearts
Enterprise Rent-A-CarNorthumbrian Water GroupWJ Group
EquinixNorton Rose FulbrightWm. Morrison Supermarkets PLC
Essentra PLCNottingham Trent UniversityWPP Group
European Metal RecyclingNottingham University Business SchoolWright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP
Eurovia UK LtdNovus Property SolutionsXPS Pensions Group
Eversheds SutherlandNPTC Group of CollegesYorkshire Building Society
EYNRS HealthcareZimmer Biomet UK
Facebook IncOffice for National Statistics

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Allen & OveryFinancial Conduct AuthorityPageGroup
AtosFujitsuPepsiCo UK and Ireland
AVIVA PLCGlaxoSmithKlinePinsent Masons LLP
BarclaysHachette UKPwC
British ArmyHogan Lovells International LLPRoyal Mail Group
Capgemini UKIrwin MitchellRoyal Navy
CentricaITVSantander UK
CMS Cameron McKenna
Olswang LLP
Costain GroupLinklatersShell UK
Credit SuisseLloyds Banking GroupSimmons & Simmons
Deloitte LLPMarks & SpencerSky plc
Department for Work & PensionsMcKinseySodexo
Deutsche Bank AG LondonMercer LimitedSurrey Police and
Sussex Police
DWF LLPMorgan Stanley InternationalVodafone
Enterprise Rent-A-CarNational Assembly for WalesWillmott Dixon
Eversheds SutherlandNatWest Group

Learn more about the Business in the Community campaign for gender equality


Race at Work Charter Signatories

  • Appoint an Executive Sponsor for race
    Executive Sponsors for Race provide visible leadership on race and ethnicity in their organisation and can drive key actions such as setting targets for ethnic minority representation, briefing recruitment agencies and supporting mentoring and sponsorship.
  • Capture ethnicity data and publicise progress
    Capturing ethnicity data is important for establishing a baseline and measuring progress. It is also a crucial step towards an organisation being able to report on ethnicity pay.
  • Commit at Board level to zero tolerance of harassment and bullying.
    The Race at Work Survey revealed that 25% of ethnic minority employees reported that they had witnessed or experienced racial harassment or bullying from managers. Commitment from the top is needed to achieve change.
  • Make it clear that supporting equality in the workplace is the responsibility of all leaders and managers.
    Actions can include ensuring that performance objectives for leaders and managers cover their responsibilities to support fairness for all staff.
  • Take action that supports ethnic minority career progression
    Actions can include embedding mentoring, reverse mentoring and sponsorship in their organisations.

Signatories July 2020

AcasFujitsuNorthern Ireland Office
Accenture Genome Research LtdNorthern Trust
Action for Children GILBERT-ASH LIMITEDNorthumbrian Water Limited
Admiral Group plcGLANorton Rose Fullbright
Age UKGoldman SachsNottinghamshire County Council
Ageas InsuranceGovernment Internal Audit Agency (GIAA)NS&I
ALDI Stores LtdGovernment Legal DepartmentO. U. Khandokar
Amey plcGowling WLGOfcom
Anglian Water ServicesGrant Thornton UK LLPOffice for National Statistics (ONS)
Anglo AmericanGreater Manchester Health and Social Care PartnershipOffice of the Advocate General for Scotland
Aon plcGreene KingOil & Gas Authority
ARUPGuardian Media GroupOVO
Assura plcgunnercooke llpPageGroup
Atalian ServestGympassPalace for Life Foundation
AtosHachette UKPaul J Watson Solicitor
Auto Trader UKHarperCollins PublishersPearson Plc
Avanade UK LtdHealth & Safety ExecutivePeninsula Business Services
AVIVAHealth and Research Authority Pension Protection Fund
AWEHealth Assured LtdPeople’s Energy
Bain & CompanyHealth Education EnglandPepsico
Baker McKenzie HEARST UKPertemps 
Bank of EnglandHeart of Kent HospicePlace2Be
Bank of IrelandHigh Speed Two Ltd. (HS2)Post Office
BarclaysHiltonPSI Talent Management
Baringa PartnersHM Land RegistryPublic Health England 
Barnardo'sHM Revenue and CustomsPublicis Groupe UK
Barratt Developments PLCHM Treasury (HMT)Punter Southall Aspire
Bates Wells LLPHML GroupPwC
Bauer Media Group UKHodge Jones & Allen SolicitorsQwest Services
BCS ConsultingHogan LovellsReach South Academy Trust
BDO LLPHome GroupRecruitment and Employment Confederation (REC)
Birmingham Community Health Care Foundation TrustHome Office (HO)Reed in Partnership
Black Training and Enterprise GroupHorwich Farrelly SolicitorsReed Wellbeing
BlackRockHotel ChocolatRiverside
Blake Morgan LLPHouse of CommonsRocking Horse Pictures Ltd
BNP Paribas UK CIBHouse of LordsRoyal Air Force
Bourne LeisureHoxbyRoyal Borough of Greenwich
Bramwith ConsultingHuman Tissue AuthorityRoyal Navy 
Brand AdvanceIBM UK LimitedRoyal Society for Public Health
Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation TrustImpact Creative Recruitment LtdRSM
British AirwaysInsolvencySaatchi and Saatchi
British ArmyInstitute of Development StudiesSainsbury's 
British Film Institute (BFI) Intellectual Property OfficeSantander
British LandInterContinental Hotels GroupSavills
Brown-Forman UKInvescoSchroders
BTInvestec plcScience in Sport PLC
Bupa Global & UKInvolved SolutionsScottish Government
Burges SalmonIpsos MORIScriberia
Business in the communityIrwin MitchellSevern Trent
Cabinet Office (CO)ITNSheffield United Community Foundation
Calderdale CouncilJ.P. MorganShell
Canada Life LimitedJacobsShoosmiths
Capgemini UKJaguar Land RoverSir Robert McAlpine
Capital One UKKPMGSky
Capsticks Solicitors LLPL&QSkyBlue Solutions
Cardiff CouncilLambeth CouncilSlaughter and May
Care Quality CommissionLeeds Arts UniversitySLR Consulting
Casual Dining GroupLeeds Building SocietySodexo UK & Ireland
CBRE UK LtdLegal & General Group plcSoftcat plc
Centrica PLC Leicestershire PoliceSopra Steria
Channel 4Lexis Nexis Risk SolutionsSport England
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)LexisNexis Legal and ProfessionalSports Chaplaincy UK
Chartered Insurance Institute Lincolnshire Co-operativeSSCL
ChaucerLinkedinSt Mungo's
Christie'sLinklatersSt. James’s Place Wealth Management
CITILloyds Banking GroupStandard Chartered
City of London CorporationLloyd's  Standard Life Aberdeen
Civil Service  Llywodraeth Cymru / Welsh GovernmentStephenson Harwood
Close Brothers GroupLondon Borough of Barking and DagenhamTalkTalk
CMS London Borough of HaveringTate
Colas UKLondon Fire Brigade Taylor Bennett Foundation
Coleg y CymoeddLondon Legacy Development CorporationTeach First
Colt Technology ServicesLondon North Eastern Railway (LNER)Teesside University
Community unionLoungers PLCTesco
Compass GroupM&G PrudentialThames Water Utilities Ltd
Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)M&S BankThe Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Confederation of British Industry (CBI)Man Group plcThe Collective
CostainMarks & SpencerThe Co-Operative Bank
Credit SuisseMazarsThe Gate London
Croner Group LtdMc&TThe Gym Group
Crown Prosecution ServiceMediaComThe Hepatitis C Trust
DEFRAMedicine and Healthcare Regulatory Authority  The House of Commons and Parliamentary Digital Service
Delaware North UKMental Health First Aid EnglandThe Investment Association
DeloitteMental Health FoundationThe London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Dentsu Aegis Network MercerThe North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)Metropolitan Thames Valley HousingThe Sovini Group
Department for Digital Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)MI5The Stylist Group Ltd 
Department for Education (DfE)MI6The Telegraph
Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU)Middlesbrough College GroupThe7stars(UK)
Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC)Mindset Mental Health LtdTheCityUK
Department for International Development (DFID)Ministry of Defence (MOD)Tideway
Department for International Trade (DIT)Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government TSB Bank plc
Department for TransportMinistry of Justice (MOJ) UBS
Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)M-Integrated Solutions PLCUK Athletics
Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Mitcham Belle CoachesUK Government Investments
Deutsche BankMitieUnibail-Rodamco-Westfield
DiageoModels 1Unilever UK Ltd
DimensionsMorgan Stanley InternationalUnited Culture
Docklands CreativeMoto Hospitality LtdUniversity of Huddersfield
Dr ZigsMott MacDonaldUniversity of Leeds
DWF Law Nando’s UK and IrelandUniversity of St Andrews
East Midlands RailwayNatCen Social ResearchUniversity of Warwick
EDF EnergyNational Assembly for WalesUnruly
EnnismoreNational GridUnum
Enterprise Rent-A-CarNational Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)Valuation Office Agency - GOV.UK
Environment AgencyNational Police Chiefs CouncilVaultex UK Ltd
EssentraNationwide ViacomCBS Networks International
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)NatWest GroupVictim Support
Eversheds SutherlandNCA - National Crime AgencyVirgin Care
ExperianNCHA (Nottingham Community Housing Association)Virgin Limited Edition
EYNEL Virgin Management
F1 recruitment ltdNestlé UK & IrelandVirgin Money UK plc
FCO ServicesNetwork RailVodafone UK
Federated Hermes – InternationalNexuswagamama
Fidelity InternationalNHSWatson Farley & Williams
FIELD STUDIES COUNCIL (FSC)NHS Business Services Authority WDH
Financial Conduct AuthorityNHS England Weightmans LLP
Financial Ombudsman Service NHS Resolution Wellcome Trust 
Financial Reporting CouncilNHS Salford CCG Welsh Water
Financial Services Compensation SchemeNHS Shared Business ServicesWesleyan
Financial TimesNHS North East London Commissioning Support UnitWestminster City Council
Food Standards AgencyNomura InternationalWH Smith PLC
Forest HolidaysNorth Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS TrustWhistl UK Ltd
Fortel GroupNorth StarWilliam Grant & Sons
FreesatNorth West Ambulance Service NHS TrustWorldline
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLPNorthern Care Alliance NHS ( Salford and Pennine Acute Hospitals)WPP plc
YSC Consulting
Zurich Insurance UK

Anouska Ramsay

Anouska Ramsay smiling at camera

Anouska Ramsay

Director of Culture and Capability

Santander UK
Gender Equality Leadership Team

Anouska Ramsay is the Director of Culture and Capability for Santander UK, responsible for the people experience agenda across talent, culture, learning, leadership, resourcing and skills. Anouska is passionate about developing and implementing creative strategies to attract, develop and retain diverse talent and skills and building an inclusive culture where all colleagues can learn, grow, and succeed while being themselves.

As a diversity leader, Anouska is increasing the focus and leadership accountability on inclusion with several innovations to build an inclusive environment, reinforcing the belief that we all have a role to play in creating a workplace that celebrates the diversity of our colleagues, our customers and our communities.

With the team at Santander she is shaping a culture that promotes everyday inclusion – the behaviours that we can demonstrate every day to make everybody feel respected, valued and able to contribute. This has been recognised with Santander being a Top 50 Employer for Women, Top 20 Social Mobility Index Organisation, Top Ten Employer in the British LGBT Awards and receiving the Top Employer certification by the Top Employers Institute.

Based on cutting-edge research in partnership with Business in the Community (BITC), Anouska is working on how to overcome the uncovered societal and organisational biases that exist among men and women with caring responsibilities and how these can impact women’s career progression.

Prior to joining Santander, Anouska worked for Capgemini for over 12 years in a number of roles, the most recent being VP for Talent.

About Business in the Community’s Gender Equality Leadership Team

Each area of work Business in the Community (BITC) undertakes is led by a group of senior executives who provide strategic guidance and support us in achieving our objectives.

The purpose of BITC’s Gender Equality Leadership Team is to help ensure that women can achieve their full potential at work.

Find out more about BITC’s work on gender.

Business in the Community is creating a skilled and inclusive workforce for today and tomorrow

Carl Sizer

Carl Sizer smiling at camera

Carl Sizer

Head of Regions

Place Leadership Team

Carl Sizer graduated from Birmingham University and joined PwC in 1999, becoming Partner in 2009. Prior to joining the management board as Head of Regions on 1 July 2020, Carl has been focused in the financial services sector, most recently leading the growth in the Midlands financial services practice and for the past year has been responsible for the national banking and capital markets audit practice.

Carl has worked with a number of global clients and spent two years in the banking and capital markets practice in New York. Externally, Carl is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and
Wales, where he has previously served as deputy chairman of the learning and professional development board, and is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland.

About Business in the Community’s Place Leadership Team

Each area of work Business in the Community (BITC) undertakes is led by a group of senior executives who provide strategic guidance and support us in achieving our objectives.

The purpose of BITC’s Place Leadership Team is to unlock the collaborative potential of business to strengthen communities around the UK.

Find out more about BITC’s work on place.

Taking a Place Based Approach: Guide and toolkit


There is an opportunity in front of us. The world around is changing every day and the UK is currently going through seismic change. We need to address inequality by creating opportunity and prosperity around the UK. The need for unity and collaboration has never been greater. Our economy will only prosper if all communities in the UK thrive too – the places where our business customers, colleagues and neighbours live. They are the very basis of the society that our economy depends on.

This guidance provides support for your business to implement a place-based approach to investing in your local community. In doing so, you will understand the challenges and opportunities in a location and implement long-term, collaborative responses to address long-term social, economic and environmental needs.

Key learnings

This guidance brings together tools, resources and key learnings drawn from our experiences of
working collaboratively and effectively in places and is intended for businesses at practitioner level.

The supporting toolkit

Download the toolkit to better understand the:

  • key steps to establish collaboration
  • The Anchor Rule
  • understand community needs and identify local issues
  • utilise the needs analysis template
  • how to source materials
  • utilise community engagement toolkits from other organisations
  • how to hold a community conversation
  • The Born and Bred Network
  • the tools, approaches and methodologies for evaluating the difference that has been made.

Nadine Ledanois Ikin

Nadine Ledanois Ikin smiles

Nadine Ledanois Ikin

Senior Programme Manager – South West,

Wales Leadership Board

Nadine Ledanois Ikin has been working for AXA for 23 years both in France and the UK, and has held a number of positions during that time.

She is a French engineer, having been to one of the French “grandes ecoles” – EISTI, near Paris. She started her career in the nuclear industry before moving to AXA. She is originally from Normandy and settled near Chepstow 13 years ago with her husband and young family.

Nadine leads large change programmes for the AXA UK Head Office, with her expertise being on companies’ sales and acquisitions, pension transformation projects and IT Change.

Nadine is delighted to offer her experiences to Business in the Community’s Wales Leadership Board.  

Tom Noble

Tom Noble stands in front of drawn blinds and smiles

Tom Noble


Wales Leadership Board

Tom Noble joined Deloitte in 2008 and now leads the South West and Wales insurance audit and assurance team.

Throughout his career, Tom has worked with many of the firm’s largest clients through his audit portfolio and as an advisor focussed on regulatory change and finance transformation, as well as supporting the implementation of effective control frameworks.

Eva Lindholm

Eva Lindholm

Chief Executive Officer,
UBS Wealth Management UK and Jersey

Education Leadership Team

Eva Lindholm is CEO of UBS Wealth Management UK and Jersey. She has previously served as the Co-head of Ultra High Net Worth clients for EMEA and Latam, Global Head of the Global Family Office, and Head of Wealth Management Nordics.

Eva joined UBS in 2012. Prior to joining UBS, Eva worked for JPMorgan for over 20 years in senior product and client coverage roles in the JPMorgan Investment Bank, including leading the build out of JPMorgan’s Corporate Bank in EMEA.

Eva has a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) from Dartmouth College. She is also involved in helping recruit and retain top female talent in her industry.

Eva served on the Board of Transport for London as well its Finance and Policy Committee, from 2006 to 2016, and is presently the Chair of the Board of UBS Optimus Foundation UK.

About Business in the Community’s Education Leadership Team

Each area of work Business in the Community (BITC) undertakes is led by a group of senior executives who provide strategic guidance and support us in achieving our objectives.

The purpose of BITC’s Education Leadership Team is to increase collaboration between business and schools so that firms have the greatest positive impact on education possible. Our ambition is that every child, particularly those facing social disadvantage, can achieve in education and have a successful working life.

Find out more about BITC’s work on education.

Business in the Community is creating a skilled and
inclusive workforce for today and tomorrow.