Showing Up As Your Whole Self: Why Authenticity Is The Key To Career Success
Chief Marketing Officer, Capco
Stacey Krückel is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Capco, and manages a global team of professionals who are responsible for all marketing and communications for the company, including corporate branding, press/media, digital marketing, social media, strategic marketing, creative services, and thought leadership. Stacey has extensive experience leading global, strategic programs that generate measurable results. She is based in Frankfurt, Germany.
Prior to joining Capco, Stacey worked as a marketing professional within the financial services industry for over 20 years. Stacey has also served on a variety of non-profit boards.
Stacey has a Bachelor’s degree with Honours from Wesleyan University, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Columbia Business School.
Director of Development and Sales, Gateway Housing Association
Becky Utuka is the Director of Development and Sales at Gateway Housing and sits on the Development Board of Citizen Housing Association and the Board of Future of London as a Non-Executive Director. She is an alumna of Future of London’s Leaders Plus and Leadership 2025. Becky started her career as a Graduate Project Officer 14 years ago. She has extensive experience in property development and project management, having worked within the Development teams of Housing Associations including Swan, Network Homes and Peabody (formally Family Mosaic).
Becky’s experience is underpinned by an MSc in Real Estate Development and Investment and a PGDip in Surveying. She is passionate about doing her bit to help provide more quality affordable homes.
Global Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Dr. Martens
Geoffrey Williams is Global Head of Diversity, Equity and inclusion for the shoe brand, Dr. Martens. He’s also an award winning filmmaker.
With a passion for music, Geoffrey attended the BRITs Performing Arts and Technology School and completed a business degree at Buckinghamshire University focused on the entertainment industry. Geoffrey then spent ten years working in the music industry and artist management. When he turned 29, he decided that he wanted to do something different and that’s when he became involved in HR with a focus on diversity.
Geoffrey’s role at Dr. Martens sees him responsible for building the function and partnering with leadership to set direction. He looks at policies, practices and how they can educate everyone with the intention that it leads to an integration of these practices into business DNA.
Regardless of background, age, race, gender, sexuality, geographic location etc, Geoffrey believes everyone must have equal outcomes for all that work within the company.
Geoffrey is also the co-founder of social enterprise, Rocking Ur Teens, which introduces young people aged 13- 14 (girls and boys) to the world of work. Launched in 2014, they have reached over 200 schools across the UK and taken over 2000 teens through their programmes that develop entrepreneurial spirit, agility & flexibility, character, self esteem and good mental health/wellbeing.
Founder and CEO, Home Connections
Ninesh Muthiah, Founder and CEO of Home Connections, is the serial innovator in social housing software applications. Ninesh has led Home Connections for over 20 years, possessing in-depth knowledge of social housing issues, information technology, social services and social enterprise on a European level. He has always been passionate about using technology to empower home seekers with choice and control over accessing social housing.
Coming from a minority background, Ninesh has a unique perspective on the ever changing UK housing landscape. His expertise combined with investing in a diverse workforce helped shape Home Connections as an award-winning customer-focused social enterprise.
Home Connections provides innovative software solutions for over 100 local authorities and housing associations across the UK. Amongst the solutions provided is Homefinder UK, a national mobility scheme that has helped over 1000 homeless households find permanent social housing across the UK. The scheme has been recognised as an innovation by different specialised awards in removing the barriers experienced by the most vulnerable in finding adequate housing.
Date: 24th March 2022
Time: 13:00 – 15:30
Venue: Central London
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