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Committee

Its mission remains unchanged from forming in 2014: Inclusion@Lloyd’s provides the governance and strategy to ensure diversity and inclusion best practice is the norm that every insurance firm strives for.

Throughout the past seven years the group has grown to reach further afield than just the Lloyd’s Market, achieving collaborations with a number of cross-industry bodies and groups away from the core Managing Agents and Lloyd’s Brokers.

Diversity of experience, perspectives and characteristics among the people who work in the Lloyd’s Market will support its continuing global relevance, ability to innovate and enhance its commercial sustainability. The committee is made up of C-Suite executives reflecting the constituent parts of the market with varied functional backgrounds representing a wide range of insurance expertise. Composition is reviewed and refreshed annually to create frequent opportunities for new participation and to support new ideas and diversity of thought among its work.

A note from Dominic Christian, Global Chairman of Reinsurance at AON, who chairs I@L says, ‘I@L as long espoused the values of personal choice, multiculturalism and gender fairness. We believe at the heart at the corporate culture must be a most human approach. In this connection if any part of your interest is in building a better future via those values please engage with I@L and help us advance our insurance community characterised by welcome, energy, fascination and diversity of thought’.


Current Committee Members

Dominic Christian

Global Chairman Reinsurance Solutions, Aon

Dominic Christian is Global Chairman of Aon’s Reinsurance Solutions business. He is a member of the Global Executive of Aon.  He is Deputy Chairman of Lloyd’s.

Dominic is a Director of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, a Trustee of the StandUpFoundation, a Director of The Bermuda Society, Chairman of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA).  In 2017 he was elected to the Court of Common Council of The City of London. 

He leads the Inclusion@Lloyd's Group.  He is Chair of ClimateWise and is part of the Government Advisory Board that recently published the Dasgupta Review, The Economics of biodiversity.  He sits on the board of Race Equality Commission.

Dominic holds an Honours Degree in History from the University of East Anglia and an Honorary Doctorate in Civil Law.

His children describe his interests as Family, talking, football, tennis, history, architecture, East Anglia, new countries, trees, lakes, cats and overworking. Not all are approved of. 

Dominic Christian

Global Chairman Reinsurance Solutions, Aon

Dominic Christian is Global Chairman of Aon’s Reinsurance Solutions business. He is a member of the Global Executive of Aon.  He is Deputy Chairman of Lloyd’s.

Dominic is a Director of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, a Trustee of the StandUpFoundation, a Director of The Bermuda Society, Chairman of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA).  In 2017 he was elected to the Court of Common Council of The City of London. 

He leads the Inclusion@Lloyd's Group.  He is Chair of ClimateWise and is part of the Government Advisory Board that recently published the Dasgupta Review, The Economics of biodiversity.  He sits on the board of Race Equality Commission.

Dominic holds an Honours Degree in History from the University of East Anglia and an Honorary Doctorate in Civil Law.

His children describe his interests as Family, talking, football, tennis, history, architecture, East Anglia, new countries, trees, lakes, cats and overworking. Not all are approved of. 

Annie Roberts

Senior Business Partner, PR & External Affairs, Lloyd's

I lead the Media and PR team at Lloyd’s and am responsible for media relations, speech writing, crisis communications, social media and digital communications.  

I have worked in the Lloyd’s brand, marketing and communications team for a total of five years, with previous roles managing the press office and editorial team.

Prior to this I was the global leader of PR for Willis Towers Watson’s Investment, Risk and Reinsurance business. 

I began my career as a financial journalist based in London and Brazil, writing about insurance and asset management.

I have a BA hons degree in English Literature from the University of Southampton and am a qualified NCTJ journalist. 

Annie Roberts

Senior Business Partner, PR & External Affairs, Lloyd's

I lead the Media and PR team at Lloyd’s and am responsible for media relations, speech writing, crisis communications, social media and digital communications.  

I have worked in the Lloyd’s brand, marketing and communications team for a total of five years, with previous roles managing the press office and editorial team.

Prior to this I was the global leader of PR for Willis Towers Watson’s Investment, Risk and Reinsurance business. 

I began my career as a financial journalist based in London and Brazil, writing about insurance and asset management.

I have a BA hons degree in English Literature from the University of Southampton and am a qualified NCTJ journalist. 

Alasdair Bishop

Chief Risk and Administrative Officer of Travelers Europe, Travelers

Alasdair Bishop is part of the Europe Senior Leadership Team.  His responsibilities include Risk, Reinsurance, Technology, Operations and Corporate Real Estate.

Alasdair started in the London Insurance Market in 1987 and held several senior roles with responsibilities for pricing, reserving and technology.  Alasdair was CEO of Travelers London Market subsidiaries that were in run-off.

Alasdair assumed his current role in February 2016.

Alasdair Bishop

Chief Risk and Administrative Officer of Travelers Europe, Travelers

Alasdair Bishop is part of the Europe Senior Leadership Team.  His responsibilities include Risk, Reinsurance, Technology, Operations and Corporate Real Estate.

Alasdair started in the London Insurance Market in 1987 and held several senior roles with responsibilities for pricing, reserving and technology.  Alasdair was CEO of Travelers London Market subsidiaries that were in run-off.

Alasdair assumed his current role in February 2016.

Benjamin Lockwood

Head of Specialty, Aegis London

Ben joined the Lloyd’s market in 2008 at the Watkins Syndicate (now Munich Re) as a Terrorism and International Relations academic specialist in the Political Violence Underwriting team. In 2013 he joined AEGIS London, where he has since climbed through the ranks to the position of leader of the Specialty Underwriting division. He takes a keen interest in matters of social justice in the D&I field, with a particular interest in equal opportunities and social mobility.

Benjamin Lockwood

Head of Specialty, Aegis London

Ben joined the Lloyd’s market in 2008 at the Watkins Syndicate (now Munich Re) as a Terrorism and International Relations academic specialist in the Political Violence Underwriting team. In 2013 he joined AEGIS London, where he has since climbed through the ranks to the position of leader of the Specialty Underwriting division. He takes a keen interest in matters of social justice in the D&I field, with a particular interest in equal opportunities and social mobility.

Chris Moore

Head of Ibott 1971, Apollo Underwriting

Chris has worked in the Lloyd’s market for over ten years and has a wealth of experience in underwriting global casualty accounts. In 2013, Matt Newman and Chris set up the Apollo Casualty team and have now grown it to become the largest US Casualty team in London. Chris is a fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute and has his CRIS qualification as well as a BSc in Mathematics. Chris is a member of the Lloyd’s Market Association Committee for both US and International Casualty as well as being a member of the Lloyd’s innovation panel. Chris has a passion for innovation and recently spearheaded the new ibott SPA at Lloyd’s targeting insurance products in the sharing economy.

Chris Moore

Head of Ibott 1971, Apollo Underwriting

Chris has worked in the Lloyd’s market for over ten years and has a wealth of experience in underwriting global casualty accounts. In 2013, Matt Newman and Chris set up the Apollo Casualty team and have now grown it to become the largest US Casualty team in London. Chris is a fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute and has his CRIS qualification as well as a BSc in Mathematics. Chris is a member of the Lloyd’s Market Association Committee for both US and International Casualty as well as being a member of the Lloyd’s innovation panel. Chris has a passion for innovation and recently spearheaded the new ibott SPA at Lloyd’s targeting insurance products in the sharing economy.

David Furby

Regional President EMEA, Chubb

David Furby is Senior Vice President, Chubb Group; Regional President, Europe, Middle East and Africa; and Division President, Chubb Global Markets. He has overall responsibility for the general management and business results across 27 countries in the region.  He also has executive management responsibility for Chubb Global Markets, the company’s international wholesale business headquartered in London.

Mr. Furby has more than 35 years of experience in the insurance industry.  Prior to his current role, he served as Regional President, European Group and, before that, Division President, Commercial Property and Casualty, Overseas General Insurance, a position he retained after the company, then named ACE,  acquired Chubb in 2016. He was appointed Vice President, ACE Group, in March 2014 and Senior Vice President, Chubb Group, in July 2018.

Mr. Furby has also served as the Regional President responsible for the company’s business in Continental Europe. From 2002 to 2005, Mr. Furby was Division President of ACE Tempest Re Group, where he oversaw ACE’s worldwide reinsurance operations and was responsible for the continued development of these businesses. He has also served as the company’s Corporate Reinsurance Officer.

Mr. Furby joined ACE Group in 1996 when the company acquired the Ockham Syndicate. He was Treaty Underwriter for Syndicate 219, and later Director of Inwards and Outwards Reinsurance for Syndicate 2488, ACE Global Markets. Earlier in his career, he was a broker at Greig Fester from 1981 to 1989.

David Furby

Regional President EMEA, Chubb

David Furby is Senior Vice President, Chubb Group; Regional President, Europe, Middle East and Africa; and Division President, Chubb Global Markets. He has overall responsibility for the general management and business results across 27 countries in the region.  He also has executive management responsibility for Chubb Global Markets, the company’s international wholesale business headquartered in London.

Mr. Furby has more than 35 years of experience in the insurance industry.  Prior to his current role, he served as Regional President, European Group and, before that, Division President, Commercial Property and Casualty, Overseas General Insurance, a position he retained after the company, then named ACE,  acquired Chubb in 2016. He was appointed Vice President, ACE Group, in March 2014 and Senior Vice President, Chubb Group, in July 2018.

Mr. Furby has also served as the Regional President responsible for the company’s business in Continental Europe. From 2002 to 2005, Mr. Furby was Division President of ACE Tempest Re Group, where he oversaw ACE’s worldwide reinsurance operations and was responsible for the continued development of these businesses. He has also served as the company’s Corporate Reinsurance Officer.

Mr. Furby joined ACE Group in 1996 when the company acquired the Ockham Syndicate. He was Treaty Underwriter for Syndicate 219, and later Director of Inwards and Outwards Reinsurance for Syndicate 2488, ACE Global Markets. Earlier in his career, he was a broker at Greig Fester from 1981 to 1989.

Erik Johnson

Deputy Active Underwriter, Victorinsurance

Erik is the Deputy Active Underwriter of Syndicate 2288 and has over 18 years of corporate strategy and M&A experience in the insurance sector. He has served on the ExCo of the Insurance Institute of London and was a founder of the Inclusion@Lloyd’s initiative. He received the Chartered Insurance Institute’s 2019 Unsung Hero Award and in 2020 the Distinguish Alumnus Award from the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business’ Risk Management & Insurance Programme, where is also sits as an Advisory Board member. Prior to insurance, Erik danced with Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet.

Erik Johnson

Deputy Active Underwriter, Victorinsurance

Erik is the Deputy Active Underwriter of Syndicate 2288 and has over 18 years of corporate strategy and M&A experience in the insurance sector. He has served on the ExCo of the Insurance Institute of London and was a founder of the Inclusion@Lloyd’s initiative. He received the Chartered Insurance Institute’s 2019 Unsung Hero Award and in 2020 the Distinguish Alumnus Award from the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business’ Risk Management & Insurance Programme, where is also sits as an Advisory Board member. Prior to insurance, Erik danced with Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet.

Garret Gaughan

Head of Global Markets P&C., Willis Towers Watson

Garret Gaughan is Head of Global Markets P&C Hub for Willis Towers Watson. A truly global placement model and believe it is the future of broking across borders. We created the Global Markets P&C Hub, so our colleagues have a single point of access to the international market. Garret leads a team across multiple international locations responsible for bringing the best solutions to our clients and colleagues through improved connectivity and collaboration complementing local with international solutions.

Garret joined Willis as part of the HRH acquisition in 2008 having started his career in insurance with JLT Risk Solutions in 2000. He now has 20 years’ experience in the global Property & Casualty arena, strategizing, placing and servicing commercial insurance programs into the global insurance marketplace. These include large & complex insurance and reinsurance programs, large natural catastrophe exposed programmes, construction, retail, real estate, automotive, public entity, hospitality, and manufacturing. He has been pivotal in the implementation of Global Lines of Business strategy which has enabled WTW to deliver the best of our resources and service to our clients from a truly global platform.

Garret holds a BA Honours Degree in Business Studies from the Institute of Technology, Waterford, Ireland. Executive Leadership, Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University. A Member of the Inclusion at Lloyds Committee. International Insurance Society Leaders of Tomorrow Alumni.

Garret Gaughan

Head of Global Markets P&C., Willis Towers Watson

Garret Gaughan is Head of Global Markets P&C Hub for Willis Towers Watson. A truly global placement model and believe it is the future of broking across borders. We created the Global Markets P&C Hub, so our colleagues have a single point of access to the international market. Garret leads a team across multiple international locations responsible for bringing the best solutions to our clients and colleagues through improved connectivity and collaboration complementing local with international solutions.

Garret joined Willis as part of the HRH acquisition in 2008 having started his career in insurance with JLT Risk Solutions in 2000. He now has 20 years’ experience in the global Property & Casualty arena, strategizing, placing and servicing commercial insurance programs into the global insurance marketplace. These include large & complex insurance and reinsurance programs, large natural catastrophe exposed programmes, construction, retail, real estate, automotive, public entity, hospitality, and manufacturing. He has been pivotal in the implementation of Global Lines of Business strategy which has enabled WTW to deliver the best of our resources and service to our clients from a truly global platform.

Garret holds a BA Honours Degree in Business Studies from the Institute of Technology, Waterford, Ireland. Executive Leadership, Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University. A Member of the Inclusion at Lloyds Committee. International Insurance Society Leaders of Tomorrow Alumni.

Geraldine Wright

BA Barrister, Secretary LIIBA, LIIBA

I joined LIIBA (or LMBC as it was then) in January 1987 as Deputy to the CEO. Prior to taking on this position I worked for the ITV Association, negotiating and drafting the Talent and Performers’ Union Agreements.

I sit on the Talent & Diversity Boards of the London Market and also Chairs the LIIBA Talent and Professional Standards Committee.

Geraldine Wright

BA Barrister, Secretary LIIBA, LIIBA

I joined LIIBA (or LMBC as it was then) in January 1987 as Deputy to the CEO. Prior to taking on this position I worked for the ITV Association, negotiating and drafting the Talent and Performers’ Union Agreements.

I sit on the Talent & Diversity Boards of the London Market and also Chairs the LIIBA Talent and Professional Standards Committee.

Jason Groves

Global Director of Media Relations, Marsh

Jason Groves is Global Director of Media at insurance broker Marsh. He is the Chair of Dive In – the Festival for promoting greater diversity and inclusion in the global insurance sector, and a member of the Advisory Boards of the Insurance Insider’s Insider Progress and Insurance Business’ Women in Insurance initiatives. Jason is the founder and executive sponsor for Marsh’s UK Pride Network and he has acted as a mentor to many LGBT+ executives in the insurance and charity sectors. Outside insurance, he chairs the London Piano Festival and serves as a Trustee of the Cathedral Music Trust.

Jason Groves

Global Director of Media Relations, Marsh

Jason Groves is Global Director of Media at insurance broker Marsh. He is the Chair of Dive In – the Festival for promoting greater diversity and inclusion in the global insurance sector, and a member of the Advisory Boards of the Insurance Insider’s Insider Progress and Insurance Business’ Women in Insurance initiatives. Jason is the founder and executive sponsor for Marsh’s UK Pride Network and he has acted as a mentor to many LGBT+ executives in the insurance and charity sectors. Outside insurance, he chairs the London Piano Festival and serves as a Trustee of the Cathedral Music Trust.

Jo Scott

Chief Marketing Communications Officer, Lloyd's

As Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Jo is responsible for promoting and protecting Lloyd’s brand and reputation globally.

She joined Lloyd’s from the London Stock Exchange in 2004 and worked in a number of senior communications roles before being promoted to Chief Marketing and Communications Officer in January 2020.

Jo is married and has three children.

Jo Scott

Chief Marketing Communications Officer, Lloyd's

As Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Jo is responsible for promoting and protecting Lloyd’s brand and reputation globally.

She joined Lloyd’s from the London Stock Exchange in 2004 and worked in a number of senior communications roles before being promoted to Chief Marketing and Communications Officer in January 2020.

Jo is married and has three children.

Julia Tyson

Chief HR Officer, Lloyd's

Julia is a highly experienced HR Director with proven abilities to develop, lead and deliver people and culture strategies. Prior to acting as Interim Chief People Officer at dispute resolution consultancy HKA, Julia was HR and Communications Director at LV= from 2013-17, and prior to that Group HRD at Wates Group. She is also a Non-Executive Director with Greenoaks Housing Association in Woking, and a Trustee of UFI Trust, an organisation seeking to develop adult vocational skills through digital learning. She joins Lloyd’s to build on the work underway to ensure we promote and develop an inclusive and innovative culture.

Julia Tyson

Chief HR Officer, Lloyd's

Julia is a highly experienced HR Director with proven abilities to develop, lead and deliver people and culture strategies. Prior to acting as Interim Chief People Officer at dispute resolution consultancy HKA, Julia was HR and Communications Director at LV= from 2013-17, and prior to that Group HRD at Wates Group. She is also a Non-Executive Director with Greenoaks Housing Association in Woking, and a Trustee of UFI Trust, an organisation seeking to develop adult vocational skills through digital learning. She joins Lloyd’s to build on the work underway to ensure we promote and develop an inclusive and innovative culture.

Leon Walker

Senior Director, Business Development, AdvantageGo

Leon is a Senior Director at a market leading insurance software house, responsible for sales strategy and execution in the UK & London Market. He has over ten years' financial services experience spanning insurance broking, strategic account management and business development.

Leon has gained significant exposure to the growth strategies of global Insurers, Brokers and MGAs, including their operational and organisational structures, cloud based alternative distribution platforms and digital transformation initiatives. As prior to his current role, he worked at the Corporation of Lloyd’s, two of the Top 5 Global Insurance Brokers, and led the sales function for a high growth SAAS business. 

He is a prominent speaker on Diversity & Inclusion, career development and leadership. A mentor to politicians, c-suite executives, and emerging talents. He sits on the Board of Inclusion@Lloyd’s, the Advisory Board for Mustard Consulting, is Deputy Chair of Governors at Manorfield Primary School (£5.5m budget / 700 pupils), is an investor and Director at the Global Equality Collective for Business and, has been recognised by Yahoo Finance as a Global Top 50 Ethnic Minority Future Leader. 

He obtained a Law Degree from the University of the West of England, has completed the Lloyd's Leadership Programme at London Business School and lives with his wife Amy and daughter Sofia in West London.

Leon Walker

Senior Director, Business Development, AdvantageGo

Leon is a Senior Director at a market leading insurance software house, responsible for sales strategy and execution in the UK & London Market. He has over ten years' financial services experience spanning insurance broking, strategic account management and business development.

Leon has gained significant exposure to the growth strategies of global Insurers, Brokers and MGAs, including their operational and organisational structures, cloud based alternative distribution platforms and digital transformation initiatives. As prior to his current role, he worked at the Corporation of Lloyd’s, two of the Top 5 Global Insurance Brokers, and led the sales function for a high growth SAAS business. 

He is a prominent speaker on Diversity & Inclusion, career development and leadership. A mentor to politicians, c-suite executives, and emerging talents. He sits on the Board of Inclusion@Lloyd’s, the Advisory Board for Mustard Consulting, is Deputy Chair of Governors at Manorfield Primary School (£5.5m budget / 700 pupils), is an investor and Director at the Global Equality Collective for Business and, has been recognised by Yahoo Finance as a Global Top 50 Ethnic Minority Future Leader. 

He obtained a Law Degree from the University of the West of England, has completed the Lloyd's Leadership Programme at London Business School and lives with his wife Amy and daughter Sofia in West London.

Louise Day

Director of Operations, Iua

Louise Day is Director of Operations at the IUA and has over 30 years’ experience governing and delivering change across the London Market and wider financial services sector. Louise joined the IUA in 2015 to oversee company market involvement in market modernisation and has since been involved in many major initiatives as well as running operations for the IUA. She is a non-executive director of London Insurance Market Operations & Strategic Sourcing (LIMOSS). Louise is a dedicated supporter of London Market diversity and inclusion campaigns. Louise is passionate about evolving the London insurance market.

Louise Day

Director of Operations, Iua

Louise Day is Director of Operations at the IUA and has over 30 years’ experience governing and delivering change across the London Market and wider financial services sector. Louise joined the IUA in 2015 to oversee company market involvement in market modernisation and has since been involved in many major initiatives as well as running operations for the IUA. She is a non-executive director of London Insurance Market Operations & Strategic Sourcing (LIMOSS). Louise is a dedicated supporter of London Market diversity and inclusion campaigns. Louise is passionate about evolving the London insurance market.

Matthew Fosh

Executive Chairman, Axis Capital

Matthew Fosh began his career in the 1980’s in the London stockmarket.  From there he moved into the derivatives markets, establishing his own business, Seagray Fosh Ltd, in 1988, a business which he subsequently sold in 2002, to Icap plc.

In November 2002 Matthew moved from the capital markets to the insurance industry, where he was appointed as CEO of Novae Group plc. He remained as CEO for 15 years before Novae was acquired by Axis Capital of Bermuda in November 2017.

Matthew remained at Axis for two further years before joining Optio Group in October 2020 as Executive Chairman.

Matthew Fosh

Executive Chairman, Axis Capital

Matthew Fosh began his career in the 1980’s in the London stockmarket.  From there he moved into the derivatives markets, establishing his own business, Seagray Fosh Ltd, in 1988, a business which he subsequently sold in 2002, to Icap plc.

In November 2002 Matthew moved from the capital markets to the insurance industry, where he was appointed as CEO of Novae Group plc. He remained as CEO for 15 years before Novae was acquired by Axis Capital of Bermuda in November 2017.

Matthew remained at Axis for two further years before joining Optio Group in October 2020 as Executive Chairman.

Nicholas Line

Chief Underwriting Officer, Markel Arkeli

Nick is the CUO of Markel International and previously spent 18 years as its Chief Actuary. He has worked in the London Market for 25 years. Nick is the Executive Sponsor for Diversity and Inclusion at Markel International and a member of Markel’s Corporate D&I Committee. Nick is an Executive Ambassador for the Next Generation Insurance Network (NGIN). This reflects his desire to see young people from all backgrounds be given the opportunities from which he has benefitted himself and to help the next generation prepare to solve the challenges that lie ahead for all of us.

Nicholas Line

Chief Underwriting Officer, Markel Arkeli

Nick is the CUO of Markel International and previously spent 18 years as its Chief Actuary. He has worked in the London Market for 25 years. Nick is the Executive Sponsor for Diversity and Inclusion at Markel International and a member of Markel’s Corporate D&I Committee. Nick is an Executive Ambassador for the Next Generation Insurance Network (NGIN). This reflects his desire to see young people from all backgrounds be given the opportunities from which he has benefitted himself and to help the next generation prepare to solve the challenges that lie ahead for all of us.

Paul Jardine

Qualified Actuary & Experienced Insurance Industry Leader

Paul Jardine is a qualified actuary and has worked in the insurance industry for 39 years. Before joining Asta and Chaucer as Non-Executive Chairman, he spent 17 years in a variety of leadership roles at XL Catlin including CEO of Syndicate 2003 and COO of the Catlin Group. During this time, he chaired the LMA for 3 years and was a member of the Council of Lloyd’s and one of the Deputy Chairmen. His early career was spent at Prudential Assurance where he qualified as an actuary and then he joined Coopers & Lybrand (“C&L”) where he spent 9 years as a partner advising clients predominantly in the Lloyd’s and London Market. Paul left C&L to become the Chief Actuary at Equitas where he also served as Commutations Director.

Paul Jardine

Qualified Actuary & Experienced Insurance Industry Leader

Paul Jardine is a qualified actuary and has worked in the insurance industry for 39 years. Before joining Asta and Chaucer as Non-Executive Chairman, he spent 17 years in a variety of leadership roles at XL Catlin including CEO of Syndicate 2003 and COO of the Catlin Group. During this time, he chaired the LMA for 3 years and was a member of the Council of Lloyd’s and one of the Deputy Chairmen. His early career was spent at Prudential Assurance where he qualified as an actuary and then he joined Coopers & Lybrand (“C&L”) where he spent 9 years as a partner advising clients predominantly in the Lloyd’s and London Market. Paul left C&L to become the Chief Actuary at Equitas where he also served as Commutations Director.

Sally Bramall

Head of Market Relations Governance, Willis Towers Watson

Sally is Global Head of Market Relations Governance at Willis Towers Watson, having held various governance, business and operational roles at Willis over 30 years. Sally is a Fellow of the CII, holds an M.B.A. from the University of Hull, and is a Court Assistant of the Worshipful Company of Insurers. Sally is a passionate supporter of diversity and inclusion, and sits on the committees of Inclusion@Lloyd’s and iWIN, as well as leading fundraising for Lizzie’s Fund, on behalf of The Brain Tumour Charity.

Sally Bramall

Head of Market Relations Governance, Willis Towers Watson

Sally is Global Head of Market Relations Governance at Willis Towers Watson, having held various governance, business and operational roles at Willis over 30 years. Sally is a Fellow of the CII, holds an M.B.A. from the University of Hull, and is a Court Assistant of the Worshipful Company of Insurers. Sally is a passionate supporter of diversity and inclusion, and sits on the committees of Inclusion@Lloyd’s and iWIN, as well as leading fundraising for Lizzie’s Fund, on behalf of The Brain Tumour Charity.

Sheila Cameron

Chief Executive, LMA Lloyd's

Sheila Cameron was appointed Chief Executive of the Lloyd’s Market Association in January 2019, where she represents the voice of the Managing Agent community in the London Market.  She has been heavily involved in leading the development, implementation and governance of both the Future at Lloyd’s strategy and the market’s cultural reform agenda.  In addition, Sheila is a board member of the London Market Group and a Vice President of the CII’s Insurance Institute of London.  

Before becoming CEO at the LMA, Sheila led various international change and operational functions at Navigators (now The Hartford), Hiscox and Xchanging’s claims business.  She began her career at Accenture in Dublin.  

Sheila Cameron

Chief Executive, LMA Lloyd's

Sheila Cameron was appointed Chief Executive of the Lloyd’s Market Association in January 2019, where she represents the voice of the Managing Agent community in the London Market.  She has been heavily involved in leading the development, implementation and governance of both the Future at Lloyd’s strategy and the market’s cultural reform agenda.  In addition, Sheila is a board member of the London Market Group and a Vice President of the CII’s Insurance Institute of London.  

Before becoming CEO at the LMA, Sheila led various international change and operational functions at Navigators (now The Hartford), Hiscox and Xchanging’s claims business.  She began her career at Accenture in Dublin.  

Jaya Handa

Privacy Director, Liberty Specialty Markets

Jaya is the Privacy Director at Liberty Specialty Markets. She is a Consultative Expert on Digital Ethics in Insurance at the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions authority, has consulted with the European Commission on Artificial Intelligence and chairs the LMA Data Protection Forum. She passionate about D&I having set up various initiatives across the legal and insurance markets; she is also a Trustee of the Change Foundation, appointed to the Black Solicitors Network City Group Committee and Chairs the Inclusion @ Lloyds shadow board.

Jaya Handa

Privacy Director, Liberty Specialty Markets

Jaya is the Privacy Director at Liberty Specialty Markets. She is a Consultative Expert on Digital Ethics in Insurance at the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions authority, has consulted with the European Commission on Artificial Intelligence and chairs the LMA Data Protection Forum. She passionate about D&I having set up various initiatives across the legal and insurance markets; she is also a Trustee of the Change Foundation, appointed to the Black Solicitors Network City Group Committee and Chairs the Inclusion @ Lloyds shadow board.

Brittany Boykin

In-House Counsel Head of Claims & Underwriting, Brit Insurance

Brittany is In-House Counsel – Head of Claims and Underwriting for Brit Insurance. She joined Brit after practicing law in the US for several years. She is currently a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel and has served as a delegate for the South Carolina Bar Association. She is a member of the Black Action Initiatives Committee established by Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd, and works closely with several employee resource groups within Brit and the London market.

Brittany Boykin

In-House Counsel Head of Claims & Underwriting, Brit Insurance

Brittany is In-House Counsel – Head of Claims and Underwriting for Brit Insurance. She joined Brit after practicing law in the US for several years. She is currently a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel and has served as a delegate for the South Carolina Bar Association. She is a member of the Black Action Initiatives Committee established by Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd, and works closely with several employee resource groups within Brit and the London market.

Ngozi Emeagi

Senior Consultant, Powerscourt

Prior to joining Powerscourt, Ngozi Emeagi was global media and PR lead at MS Amlin. She has previously held roles at Direct Line, FleishmanHillard and Tulchan, covering a variety of sectors including banks and property. Ngozi started her career on the government bonds team at Goldman Sachs. Throughout her career Ngozi has been dedicated to improving the diversity within the organisations she has worked and as well as her role on the inclusion at Lloyd’s shadow board she also sits on the committee of Women in PR.

Ngozi Emeagi

Senior Consultant, Powerscourt

Prior to joining Powerscourt, Ngozi Emeagi was global media and PR lead at MS Amlin. She has previously held roles at Direct Line, FleishmanHillard and Tulchan, covering a variety of sectors including banks and property. Ngozi started her career on the government bonds team at Goldman Sachs. Throughout her career Ngozi has been dedicated to improving the diversity within the organisations she has worked and as well as her role on the inclusion at Lloyd’s shadow board she also sits on the committee of Women in PR.

Monica Stancu

Diversity and Inclusion Manager, Lloyd's

Monica Stancu is the Diversity and Inclusion manager at Lloyd’s. Previously, she has worked in diversity and inclusion at the Royal Academy of Engineering, Sodexo and F. Hoffman La Roche.

Monica has been selected as a Global Champion for Women’s Economic Empowerment by UN Women and has won a WeAreTheCity 2020 Rising Stars award. She is also a One Young World Ambassador and a mentor at Migrant Leaders.

Monica Stancu

Diversity and Inclusion Manager, Lloyd's

Monica Stancu is the Diversity and Inclusion manager at Lloyd’s. Previously, she has worked in diversity and inclusion at the Royal Academy of Engineering, Sodexo and F. Hoffman La Roche.

Monica has been selected as a Global Champion for Women’s Economic Empowerment by UN Women and has won a WeAreTheCity 2020 Rising Stars award. She is also a One Young World Ambassador and a mentor at Migrant Leaders.

Samantha Phillips

Head of Culture, Lloyd's

Sam set up Diversity & Inclusion consultancy Representnation in 2021 and clients have ranged from cricket to law to Lloyds. Her previous 15 years were at Omnicom where she led 50+ businesses (media, creative, PR, health, branding, experiential), their C-suites and 9,000 employees across the Diversity & Inclusion sphere. She was simultaneously CMO at Omnicom Media Group UK and Assistant Dean (global) of Exec Education programme Omnicom University. Prior to Omnicom, she was Marketing Director of Time Inc and Head of Marketing at ITV having started her career in creative agencies.

Sam has spoken about leadership, diversity, inclusion and resilience at 10 Downing Street, the Council of Europe and the Global Festival of Media. She is a Trustee of the coronavirus-focused National Bereavement Partnership and sits on the Development Board of RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts).

Sam is widowed with 3 children – one with Down’s Syndrome, one with ADHD and one adoptee so life’s always interesting!

Samantha Phillips

Head of Culture, Lloyd's

Sam set up Diversity & Inclusion consultancy Representnation in 2021 and clients have ranged from cricket to law to Lloyds. Her previous 15 years were at Omnicom where she led 50+ businesses (media, creative, PR, health, branding, experiential), their C-suites and 9,000 employees across the Diversity & Inclusion sphere. She was simultaneously CMO at Omnicom Media Group UK and Assistant Dean (global) of Exec Education programme Omnicom University. Prior to Omnicom, she was Marketing Director of Time Inc and Head of Marketing at ITV having started her career in creative agencies.

Sam has spoken about leadership, diversity, inclusion and resilience at 10 Downing Street, the Council of Europe and the Global Festival of Media. She is a Trustee of the coronavirus-focused National Bereavement Partnership and sits on the Development Board of RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts).

Sam is widowed with 3 children – one with Down’s Syndrome, one with ADHD and one adoptee so life’s always interesting!