Leadership Council - Business in the Community

Leadership Council

Business in the Community (BITC) has a unique Leadership Council of senior business leaders drawn from our member organisations.

Comprised of the most senior business leaders from across the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250, BITC’s Leadership Council convenes CEOs around responsible business. These leaders can collectively bring their experience and ideas to drive better outcomes to lift up the UK, as well as take action that will transform lives, and help our planet and communities to thrive. Members of the Leadership Council are advocates of responsible business, showcasing business as a force for good and helping to lead change in society.

Our Leadership Council Members

Susan Allen

CEO, Yorkshire Building Society

Alex Baldock

CEO, Currys plc

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Hywel Ball

UK Chair and UK & Ireland Regional Managing Partner, EY

Dame Amanda Blanc 

Group Chief Executive Officer, Aviva

 Andy Briggs MBE

Group Chief Executive Officer, Phoenix Group

Roger Bull

Managing Partner, Burges Salmon

Simon Carter

CEO, British Land

Steven Cooper, CBE

CEO, Aldermore Group

Michael Davison

Deputy CEO, Hogan Lovells

Susan Davy

Group Chief Executive, Pennon Group

Sean Doyle

Chief Executive, British Airways

Emma Gilthorpe

Chief Executive, Royal Mail

Malcolm Gomersall 

Partner, Chief Executive Officer, Grant Thornton

Matt Hammerstein

Chief Executive, Barclays

Steven Henderson

Group Chief Executive, Wheatley Group

Colm Holmes

Colm Holmes

CEO, Allianz Holdings

Mark Horsley

CEO, Northern Gas Networks

Stephanie Hyde

UK CEO and CEO of Markets Advisory across EMEA at JLL

Richard Iferenta

Partner and Vice-Chair, KPMG

Carlos Jaureguizar

CEO, Bupa Global, India and UK

Ailsa King

Chief Commercial Officer, Marsh McLennan UK and CEO of Risk Management, Marsh

Louise Kingham

Louise Kingham, CBE

Senior Vice President, Europe and Head of Country, UK bp plc 

Andrew Masraf

Senior Partner, Pinsent Masons  

Alex Vaughan

Chief Executive Officer, Costain

Yes, your business needs to be in membership of BITC. If you are unsure, please get in touch.

If you are a CEO or Executive Chair of a company in the FTSE 100 or FTSE 250, we would love to talk to you about the Council.

Business in the Community defines responsible business as one that delivers long-term value for all stakeholders by minimising any negative impact and maximising their positive impact on society and the environment. 

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