With exceptional experience, expertise and energy, meet the specialists working to unlock the business, brand and social benefits of inclusivity.
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Caroline Casey is an award-winning social entrepreneur. Committed to building a global movement on inclusive business for the 1.3 billion people in the world with a disability, over the past two decades she has set up several organisations and initiatives centred on disability business inclusion.
Caroline is also a TED speaker, Ashoka Fellow, Eisenhower Fellow, a past advisor for the Clinton Global Initiative, a One Young World Counsellor and is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.
Richard is an experienced Corporate Affairs specialist with over 25 years’ experience in FTSE 100 companies running all aspects of Communications. Notable former roles include Director of Global Public Engagement and Deputy Corporate Affairs Director for Telefonica SA, member of the Telefonica Europe Board, Director of Corporate Affairs, O2, Director of Communications, TI Group plc and Director of Corporate Communications, Racal Electronics.
As a brand strategist, Marianne has worked for a mix of corporate and consumer clients including; Burberry, Dr. Martens, Tommy Hilfiger and HSBC. In 2016, Marianne founded Think Designable, the alliance for inclusive brand practice. This initiative earned her a place on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list 2017, the Women Of The Future Award for Media 2017, A Woman of Tomorrow Award 2018.
Marianne is the UK Government’s Brand & Design Sector Champion for Disability.
Director of Engagement and Community
Joanna has worked alongside some of the biggest brands in business during her 20 year marketing and advertising career. Starting out with Land Rover, Citibank and Rolls-Royce and moving to Sky, Lloyds Banking Group, Aviva and Samsung. Working as a Managing Partner in network creative agencies to partner with CMOs and global marketing teams to build and position their brands. Jo was also named as one of 50 leading lights for Kindness in Leadership at The Women of the Future Awards and is a mentor at The House of St Barnabus.
After graduating from Oxford University in 2017, Carys began working with some of the biggest brands in the world as part of a career in advertising and marketing. Starting out at Mercedes Benz UK, and moving to work on the Samsung account at global advertising agency BBH.
Committed to campaigning for causes she believes in, Carys has spent the last 3 years working for social innovation projects in her spare time.
Prior to working on the Valuable 500 team, she was Crowdfund Manager and core team member of Greater Change, a voluntary charitable project designed to enable cashless, effective giving to the homeless, and has spent time in Kenya volunteering with The Agape Volunteers Group.
What drives Carys is the prevailing belief that we all have a unique opportunity and responsibility to make the world a better place.