Kulbir is a management consultant focused on behavioural change, leadership development and learning to help business improve their overall performance. She brings over 10 years’ board level experience focussed around equality, diversity and inclusion work. This includes designing and delivering corporate wide development activity to advising on curating strategies and policies on talent acquisition, identification and nurturing emerging talent to retention.

As a learning and development professional /facilitator she has an extremely effective way of supporting and nudging conversations between participants to help change mind sets and inspire the need for action.

Kulbir has worked with and advised major professional services companies, Government Agencies, International Charities and Community Interest Companies. These include KPMG, AXA Investment Management, Grant Thornton, The Bank of England, The British Red Cross, London School of Economics and the Guinness Trust.

Kulbir’s strategic approach to embedding diversity and inclusion has bought successful outcomes and recognition for a number of the organisations she has worked with, including achieving top employer by Stonewall, Wealth in the City and National Business Awards.

Recently she spoke at The World HRD conference in Mumbai and is currently carrying out research on the future role of the Chief Diversity Officer in the context of AI and robotics. Kulbir is active in the City of London through the Livery Company for Management Consultants where she is responsible for facilitating an annual programme of development and learning events for the profession.

Kulbir has interests in art, theatre and history. She is particularly focused on social policy issues concerning BAME communities.