Lambeth equality champion makes top 100 global influencers list

Miranda Brown with Suki Sandhu, chief executive of Audeliss

Miranda Brawn, a Lambeth equality commissioner and London based barrister and business woman has made the Financial Times Global Powerlist for the most influential leaders from a black, Asian and minority ethnic background (BAME).

She is the founder and chief executive officer of the Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation that mentors and supports young people from a BAME background.

The EMPower and Financial Times List highlights and ranks 100 most influential black, Asian and minority leaders across the globe who have reached senior roles in business while also championing ethnic diversity and inclusion in the workplace and beyond.

The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation was launched to empower the next generation of BAME future leaders while they are still studying. The Foundation’s scholarship application process for 2017 closes on 29 June and further details can be located here.

Brawn said: “It is an honour to be recognised and featured on the list as a female in finance and law with amazing global leaders.  I will continue to use my extensive industry experience to help company growth while making the workforce more diverse and inclusive not only within the UK but across the globe.”



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  1. Congratulations Miranda Brawn on this achievement. And on your LONG list of previous accomplishments.

    I shared a link from one of your tweets to a relative that was accepted in Pace University New York to study, Dylan J. Freeman. I recommended he do a crowdfunding to assist with his scholarships and financial aid. I am sure he will gain some inspiration from Mr Isaiah Wellington-Lynn.

    Thanks Linda Quinn for sharing!


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