Miranda Brawn

Diversity Leadership Foundation

Miranda Brawn is a multi-award winning legal, business, technology & diversity leader who is hailed as a trailblazer. A regular business and diversity expert on television and radio, she has been named one of the most Powerful Women in London by City AM and was selected by the Financial Times as one of the world’s top 100 BAME business executives striving to make the world a more equal and diverse place.

She has also been named one of the top 30 most inspirational Women in the City who are Champions of Diversity in the Brumnel Magazine 2015. With a background as an investment banker and barrister, Miranda has co-founded “ColorlnTech”, the UK’s first race diversity technology company.

Miranda is also Founder of ”The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation" to increase diversity and equality within the UK workforce. This led to launching the UK’s first diversity lecture aimed at school children.

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Diversity & Culture is key to LawTech

The importance of Diversity & Culture in the LawTech industry is vital to today's economy. The lack of diversity in technology is a cultural issue. Miranda Brawn will explain why LawTech will be more culturally diverse in the future and how it will benefit your organisations from a financial and moral perspective. This is a must for any business wanting to succeed in the 21st century.

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