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Kevin is passionate about creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and believes that greater transparency is needed to drive real change. This is why he published PwC UK’s gender and ethnicity targets, and the firm’s subsequent progress against those targets, followed by being the first firm to publish their Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) pay gap in September 2017. Publishing its BAME pay gap helped PwC to understand where it needed to focus its action and with the ambition of shining a spotlight on the topic of ethnic diversity. Alongside this, Kevin has commissioned a major internal research project to better understand the impact of PwC’s culture on the experience of his BAME colleagues, which will help inform future business decisions and action plans. Kevin championed PwC’s initiative to become a cornerstone employer in Bradford, a pilot bringing together employers and school children to help develop the employability prospects of young people in the area and to tackle problems of social and economic exclusion for ethnic minority groups. He also mentors BAME future leaders of other PwC network firms to help support getting more BAME people into senior leadership positions. He is also the sponsor of PwC’s GLEE@PwC (Gays, Lesbians and Everyone Else) Network and is passionate about supporting all forms of diversity and creating a workplace where everyone can be themselves.

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