EDUCATION AND ACCESS TO DIVERSE TALENT
Education

We provide education to our future leaders. This includes building skills to help equip them to become a success with their studies and/or eventually with their chosen career.

 

The skills include confidence building, public speaking, career guidance, CV guidance (CV and interview tips), success tips, leadership and of course diversity, inclusion, equality and belonging.

Access to Diverse and Future Leadership Talent

We work with our partners to increase the applications, opportunities and development of diverse young people in entry-level roles. Despite decades of running diversity and inclusion programmes, there is still not a good representation of diversity across all levels within organisations. 

There is an opportunity for organisations to hear directly from young people about the obstacles they face and their recommendations for increasing access to enable young diverse talent to fulfil their potential.  

Our work also includes partnerships with various organisations and communities where we provide access to diverse future talent from various schools, colleges and universities across the UK.

We have been able to make introductions for our scholarship winners and mentees on our tailored mentoring programme. This has been the case with some of the biggest and best global organisations and smaller community organisations where our future leaders have been able to get an interview and/or successfully start their careers. 

We help to provide a solution when an organisation or someone cannot find diverse talent.

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CONTACT US

Get in touch to discover more about our work, how to donate and how to join our foundation family.

 

Please kindly note that contact details will only be used for Foundation information and event details.

 

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THE MIRANDA BRAWN
DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION
Registered Charity Number 1186528
Suite 81, 95 Mortimer Street

London, W1W 7GB

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