We want to create a standard of excellence in diversity and inclusion practice
D&I School is committed to structural change - we want to contribute to creating a fair society
We practice what we preach: 10% of our profit goes to charities that support schools in tackling social inequalities.
This course is made up of three modules: history, theory, and communication.
Each module is made up of 3 to 4 online lessons. You will find exercises and further resources in the accompanying workbook.
Every module is designed to help you understand and address structural inequality in your own workplace, while building up a library of best practice to use as you continue the journey, once the course is over.
Monica is a chartered chemical engineer, who provides strategic business development consultancy for her clients. She has successfully worked with organisations of all sizes (microbusiness through to multinationals) that deliver: professional services, engineering and construction services and technical services. Her experience of working in and with multi-disciplinary teams in both technical and business leadership roles, informs and underpins her approach.
She is the co-founder of Inclusion and Diversity in Nuclear, which is a space for people managers within the nuclear industry to share ideas and experiences, ask questions and work together to achieve diversity and inclusion.
Jasmine is a social anthropologist, and brings this specialist knowledge to her work in the corporate world. She runs a training and advisory consultancy, with a focus on unconscious bias, diversity & inclusion and employee engagement. She has experience working in the private, public and third sectors. The programmes she runs are developed through working with senior leadership and HR teams, and then rolled out across businesses.
Before moving to the UK in 2008, Jasmine taught Cross Cultural Studies for International Business Majors at the Fashion Institute of Technology (SUNY).
She is the author of Employee Engagement: A Little Book of Big Ideas.