Chloe Chambraud is Gender Equality Director at Business in the Community (BITC), the Prince’s Responsible Business Network. She is responsible for leading key research projects on gender equality in the workplace and engages in high-level consultations with key business leaders and policy-makers to drive change for women at work.
She supports the advisory team who works closely with 140 employers employing more than 4 million people with evidence-based recommendations, bespoke support and practical resources to create more inclusive workplaces.
Last year, she led the Equal Lives research in which 10,000 employees from all industries took part. The report she co-authored provided employers with resources to support men with their caring responsibilities at home and unleash the potential of women at work. This year, she plans to redesign unconscious bias training to move beyond pure awareness-raising and provide employees with practical tools to create culture change and call out inappropriate behaviours.
Prior to her role, Chloe worked on programmes to prevent violence against women with the United Nations in Fiji and created a social enterprise for survivors of violence in a local NGO in Thailand. She holds two masters in Social Anthropology (LSE) and International Development & Conflict Resolution, and is currently undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma in Behaviour Change (UCL).
Passionate about unlocking everyone’s potential and promoting wellbeing in the workplace, she was recently certified as a Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Instructor and has trained students, citizens and employees so that they are better able to support themselves and others.