The City of London Geoscience Forum presents the third in its series of events on Ethics in the Extractive Industries: ‘What would it take for diversity and social mobility to gain traction in the resource sector?
A free event – please register your attendance with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hogan Lovells, Atlantic House, Holborn Viaduct, Holborn , London EC1A 2FG
Thursday, 23rd May 2019
17:30 arrivals for 18:00 start /discussion finishes at 20:00 followed by wine and canape reception.
Sir Geoff Palmer is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Life Sciences at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh and a human rights activist
Adelaide Ruiters is the founder and CEO of ARME, a BEE Level 1 mining company in South Africa.
Fiona MacAulay is Non Executive chair of Independent Oil & Gas
Mametja Moshe is the founder and CEO of Moshe Capital, a BEE Level 1 corporate advisory and investment company in Johannesburg.
Michael Lynch Bell sits on the board of Kaz Minerals which employs 25% women at all levels of the company, as a matter of policy.
Nichole McCulloch is Managing Director of executive search firm Clifton Hill Associates and until very recently was Chair of Women in Mining UK
Nus Ghani MP is a Conservative politician representing Wealden in East Sussex
Ron Daniel is a consultant geologist with Nexen CNOOC, and is a mentor with and former board member of 100 Black Men of London (100BML)