Atos Diversity and Inclusion Expo 2019 Agenda

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Diversity disruption – the positive change we have been waiting for

Time Physical Location Session name Presenters
Monday, 20th May
10:00 London Welcome and introduction Clay van Doren, Chief Operating Officer and Deputy CEO, Atos
10:15 London Diversity & Inclusion at Atos Denise Reed Lamoreaux, Global Chief Diversity Director & Rachel MacNiven, Lead for Employee Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion UK&I
11:00 London Diversity & Inclusion at Aviva Karen Burns, Risk and Control Director & Women In Technology Director at Aviva
11:45 London Diversity Disruption in the gaming industry Jeremy Itoje, Global Digital Workplace Consultant – Atos
12:15 London Lunch break and networking Networking with our diversity & inclusion networks
13:15 London Diversity disruption in recruitment Michelle Cripps, Head of Recruitment - Atos, Jeremy Welsh, Client Executive - Atos, joined by recruitment partners SJB & Alexander Mann Solutions, and facilitated by Laura Rutter, Workplace Projects Team Leader & Atos Aspire Co-Lead
14:00 London Driving inclusivity through supporting returners Victoria Dennett, Business Support Manager & Co-Chair of Atos Return to Work network – Atos, Kaileigh O’Neil, PIP Scheduling Team & Return to Work network committee member - Atos
14:30 London Can organisations tackle social inequality? The Prince’s Trust
15:00 London Coffee Break All
15:15 London D&I Bandersnatch: Exploring D&I scenarios Inspired by Charlie Brooker’s ‘Black Mirror’ Choose Your Own Adventure style episode. Sam Ellis, HR Business Partner
16:00 London Inclusive parenting discussion: how can we raise the future generations to be more inclusive? Hosted by AtosPride network and guests
16:45 London Wrap up Rachel MacNiven, Lead for Employee Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion UK&I
Tuesday, 21st May
10:00 Scotland Introduction Gavin Thomson, SVP Private Sector & BDS UK&I
10:15 Scotland Diversity disruption - women in AI Annette Klimczak, Head of Data Analytics - Atos
11:00 Scotland The digital divide Christopher Joynson, Digital Transformation Consultant
11:15 Scotland Break All
11:30 Scotland Diversity disruption and inclusive service delivery Gavin Neate, CEO Neatebox
12:00 Scotland Understanding intersectionality in the workplace Harry Dozier - Race Equality Policy Co-ordinator at the Scottish Government, and Stonewall Scotland Role Model, Julia Atwater - Head of Communications B&PS UK&I - Atos
12:45 London/Scotland Lunch break and networking Networking with our diversity & inclusion networks
13:45 London Surrey Police: Diversity & Inclusion in the public sector Herm Trepesch, police sergeant in Surrey Police and chair of its BAME staff association SPACE (Surrey Police Association of Culture and Ethnicity)
14:30 London Mental wellbeing - why is it important and what are we doing at Atos Shanley Lewis (Good to Me UK), Gabi Lopez, Evelin Fecioru, Damiola Awojide (Atos)
15:00 London Moving from passive to active allies Tamsin McCarthy, AtosPride Chair
15:30 London Coffee Break All
15:45 London Atos diversity networks – impact and ambitions Atos network chairs join a panel facilitated by Rachel MacNiven, Lead for Employee Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion UK&I
16:15 London Leading across different generations Denise Reed Lamoreaux, Global Chief Diversity Director
16:45 London Wrap up Rachel MacNiven, Lead for Employee Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion UK&I