Juliette was group human resources manager for Thames Television airtime sales operation and deputy head of diversity for BBC Television. She later became head of diversity and corporate social responsibility at Ofcom, the communications regulator. Juliette is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development; executive director of the Institute of Equality and Diversity Practitioners and a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. She is currently studying for the postgraduate National Training Laboratories certificate programme in organisational development.
Juliette has helped leaders gain strategic advantage from the diversity within their employee and client base. She has experience of working in the public, private and third sectors. She has been involved in sourcing diverse talent; undertaking strategic diversity reviews; running assessment centres; developing and running a mentor programme for a university and carrying out reviews of equality impact assessment processes. She is an experienced career and life coach with many years’ experience designing and delivering successful development programmes for women and on inclusive leadership. Juliette has over nine years’ experience as a non-executive for NHS Mental Health Trusts on which she was the lead investigator of untoward incidents and user complaints.