Watch our esteemed Panel talk about some of the opportunities created by Covid-19 for people living with disabilities.
Our Panel includes:
Srin’s wealth of experience includes completing an MBA at Oxford, working as a corporate lawyer in a Magic Circle firm and teaching himself to code in order to set up accessible travel startup, Accomable. When Airbnb acquired Accomable in 2017, Srin joined the San Francisco office. His team use technology to put accessibility at the heart of the Airbnb experience, such as replacing the old ‘wheelchair accessible’ search filter with 27 accessibility filters, making it easier for guests to find homes that fit with their individual needs. Srin works flexibly to accommodate his health condition (SMA Type II). He is a high-profile public speaker who has raised disability and accessibility issues at forums including the United Nations, Rio Paralympics and the Tech Inclusion Summit.
Mike Sharrock is the Chief Executive of the British Paralympic Association (BPA). Mike held a 30-year international business career with BP, which included roles as oil director Vietnam, retail director Netherlands and Managing Director Benelux. He led BP’s tier 1 partnership with the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Since leaving BP, Mike has been working as a qualified executive coach with leading institutions and businesses including the International Paralympic Committee.
Toby Mildon is a Diversity & Inclusion Architect and founder of Mildon, a consultancy and advisory business. Toby works with businesses to re-engineer processes and systems to minimise the impact of bias and build a culture of inclusion. Prior to setting up his business, Toby worked as an in-house diversity and inclusion manager at the BBC and Deloitte.
Founder & Creator of The Valuable 500 and award winning social entrepreneur
Caroline Casey is an award-winning social entrepreneur. Committed to building a global movement on inclusive business for the 1.3 billion people in the world with a disability, over the past two decades she has set up several organisations and initiatives centred on disability business inclusion. Caroline is also a TED speaker, Ashoka Fellow, Eisenhower Fellow, a past advisor for the Clinton Global Initiative, a One Young World Counsellor and is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.
Tim plays an active role with the firm’s global client relationships and industry bodies. Tim has advised chairman, chief executives, boards, executive committees and human resources directors on their senior human capital needs, working with a diverse range of organisations across all regions of the world. He has been a professional services advisor and business leader for the past 30 years and currently serves as Executive Chairman of Sheffield Haworth Group. He founded the business in 1993 and is responsible for overseeing the leadership and strategic development of the group. Tim moved into executive search in 1989 following a career on the Sydney, Chicago and London exchanges, trading exchange-traded derivatives. He studied Business and Finance at Anglia University. He is a UK and European committee member of the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants, a board trustee of Spinal Muscular Atrophy UK, a national charity, and participates in supporting disabled sports bodies and investing in the disability sector.