Lessons To My Younger Self with Elijah Lawal
We are delighted to welcome Elijah Lawal as the next guest in the Women in Banking & Finance Personal Excellence mini-series.
This series features Senior Leaders from the financial services industry (and beyond), who are passionate about diversity and inclusion, share with us the lessons they have learnt throughout their careers. This is an opportunity for our members and guests to hear Senior Leaders discussing what challenges they have overcome, what advice they have been given and what they would do differently if they had their time again. Each 45 minute session includes time for interactive audience Q&A.
Elijah Lawal is a communications and public affairs manager at Google, covering corporate issues.
He is also passionate about diversity & inclusion, especially getting more diverse individuals into creative industries. He is an author, having penned ‘The Clapback’, a definitive guide to calling out racial stereotypes.
Elijah is an advisory board member of Creative Access, an organisation aimed at helping young people from black, Asian and other non-white minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, as well as those with a lower socioeconomic status to secure both jobs and paid training opportunities in creative companies.
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