Diversonomics | Episode 3 - Fostering inclusion in a global firm

28 minute read
23 November 2016

In episode three of Diversonomics, co-hosts Roberto Aburto and Sarah Willis interview Lorna Gavin, Gowling WLG U.K.'s head of diversity, inclusion and corporate responsibility. In their discussion, they explore the challenges and opportunities of implementing diversity and inclusion strategies across a global firm, while also detailing Gowling WLG U.K.'s various diversity networks.

Episode tip

"1 in 4 people will have a mental health problem at some stage [...] it is okay to talk about it and it is okay to ask for help." - Lorna Gavin, Head of Corporate Responsibility at Gowling WLG

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Episode guest

Lorna Gavin

Formerly a corporate lawyer, Lorna Gavin now co-ordinates the interaction and overlap between Gowling WLG UK's areas of focus as Head of Corporate Responsibility. 

Lorna leads Gowling WLG UK's involvement with Business Action on Homelessness and the Ready for Work program, and leads the firm's pro bono work initiative.

To learn more about Lorna, connect with her on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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