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Stasia Seliverstova (she/her)

Stasia is a People Director & DEI Lead and is with over eight years of HR generalist exposure in startups and global companies, in the tech (Badoo/Bumble), creative (Animade) and travel and tourism (Big Bus Tours) sector. Stasia delivers both operational and strategic people services featuring a DEI lens, including leading process and change management projects, coaching, support and training, with a particular focus on recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, employee engagement, equality, diversity and inclusion, culture and values and policies and procedures. Stasia has penned some of the best company handbooks and people strategies that global organisations are still benefiting from today.

People Director and DEI Lead
Abi Adamson (she/her)

After being featured in the New York Times and The Yorkshire Post, Abi is often described as the future of D&I thought leaders as well as an inspirational speaker, writer and anti-racism campaigner. As a DEI consultant, she delivers workshops on: unconscious bias, institutional racism, microaggressions, allyship, cultural appropriation, privilege awareness, recognising bias and much more. Abi focuses on being an advocate for equality and helping people overcome the rose gold elephant in the room when it comes to having uncomfortable conversations about race as well as other intersectional identities. To help develop her understanding of the complexities of race and inclusion, she is currently studying for an MA in Race, Media & Social Justice at Goldsmiths University.

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Jamie

Jaimie is an experienced marketing specialist, with a focus on social and business development. She's worked with some awesome brands helping to build their online presence and positively engage with their targeted audiences. She has a passion for people, and firmly believes in the power of community to empower individuals to push boundaries, challenge your mind and body, and find positivity. An avid adventurer, you can find Jaimie backpacking around the world, challenging herself in adventure races, or lifting at her favourite CrossFit studio.

Tony McCaffrey (he/him)

Tony McCaffery is an experienced diversity, equity and inclusion practitioner who supports organisations to hire, engage and develop diverse talent. Tony works with business leaders, HR teams and recruiters to foment inclusion and create a sense of belonging in the workplace.

With 27 years’ experience in Talent, Tony achieved success as a leader in HR, L&D, Employability and Recruitment. As a queer and mixed-race person of colour with disabilities, he integrates these intersectional dimensions along with his own lived experience of homelessness, the foster system and social mobility into his work.

Tony is a member of The Institute of Equality & Diversity Practitioners.

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Abi

If you’re looking for a consultant who’s going to do the paso doble around fragility, inequality and biases, then I am not the right consultant for you. No one should feel invisible in their workplace and to be inclusive means to see, accept and respect people as the individuals they are. It means setting people up for success and building a culture where everyone can be a veracious version of themselves. Whether you belong to an underappreciated group or not - equality, equity and respect is a right we all deserve and that’s my North Star.

Stasia

People are not diverse, but companies should be. Equity is why we go to work. Everyone should feel included and valued at work. Everyone should have a sense of belonging at work. Diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging is important to shape a future that benefits everyone and should be at the forefront of every organisation’s mindset. It should be weaved into their culture, values and processes. Diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging are not just words - they’re vital to improving workplace productivity, retention and success, and everyone has a part to play in building an inclusive culture.

Tony

“I’ve committed my entire adult life to advance fairness, both in my professional and my personal dealings, as a route towards eradicating inequality. For many years I focussed predominantly on supporting under-represented, marginalised and minoritised people to enrich their lives through employment and to realise the physical, psychological and societal benefits that work can provide. In recent years I’ve increased the scope of the work I do with employers, as I believe that helping them to take proactive action to increase diversity and cultivate workplace inclusion is one of the most important elements of creating a more just and equal society.”

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