Our Co-Founder & COO, Sukhi Jutla, is featured in today’s Financial Times paper as a Top 100 BAME leader influencing the technology sector.
For the second year running, the Financial Times and Inclusive Boards, an executive search agency that supports organisations to be more diverse at board level, are publishing a list of the 100 most influential black, Asian and minority ethnic (Bame) leaders in technology.
Candidates for the list were submitted following an open call. Inclusive Boards researchers also scanned the leadership of the top tech companies in the UK. The criteria used for nominees included: holding a senior role; having a sphere of influence in their organisation or in a community; driving progress in the sector outside their professional roles; and operating in the UK and / or Europe.
The judges were: Amy French, head of ecosystem development, Level 39; Leyla Boulton, editor, Special Reports, FT; Madhumita Murgia, European technology correspondent, FT, and Samuel Kasumu, managing director, Inclusive Boards.
Find the full list of nominates here.