Events

City of London Geoscience Forum: What would it take for diversity and social mobility to gain traction in the resource sector?

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 alicia.newton@geolsoc.org.uk.

Hosted by:
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.

 

 

 

CHAIR
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)

 

 

 

 

 

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