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Transgender inclusion in the workplace

When: Wednesday 6th July 8am – 9.30am 

Where: Middle Eight Hotel, 66 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5BX

Breakfast provided

Circle of Feet

A confidential roundtable discussion

Join us as we discuss the current challenges and opportunities that organisations face in supporting transgender colleagues.  A safe space to share information, ask questions and take authentically inclusive action. 


Our Speakers


Jenny Hinde, Executive Director, the Clear Company

Jenny has more than 20 years’ experience as an HR Director, and lead a successful ED&I agenda in the construction and engineering sector for 10+ years. With a pan diversity approach Jenny is highly experienced in defining the business case, setting the strategic direction and implementing robust solutions to diversity challenges. Jenny is the Clear Company Inclusive Leadership expert as well as leading audits and strategy work on behalf of a range of clients such as Balfour Beatty. She has an in-depth understanding of the many underlying drivers causing barriers to inclusion.

Jenny Hinde

Rupal Kantaria, Strategic Advisor, the Clear Company

With a career background in strategy consulting Rupal is also well known for her passion and leadership for inclusion and social change; she is renowned for her ability to connect diverse communities of private, public and third sector influencers, co-creating ideas and solutions to shared challenges both globally and in the UK.

She is appointed on the Government commissioned City of London Social Mobility taskforce and is a Director of her family’s charitable foundation. Most recently Rupal has been recognised in the 2022 Timewise Power Part Timers list.

Rupal Kantaria

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