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Paul became the first chair of PwC’s BAME network in 2003 and played a leading role in raising inequality issues with the board. In 2006 he joined the main board as the person responsible for all people issues and led on a range of diversity measures, including bias awareness training and a detailed analysis to understand the problem in more detail. He subsequently sponsored the creation of the Multi-Cultural Business Network and then founded the Africa Business Group with the specific intention of engaging that particular ethnic minority. He has also been a personal mentor to many BAME people in the firm and, over the last few years, has been a regular mentor in schools where the vast majority of pupils are black. Additionally, he now pursues the issue of racial inequality through his public appointment to the Social Mobility & Child Poverty Commission.

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