Capgemini UK hosted an uplifting and empowering panel discussion with its female employees as part of its "Unapologetically Us" campaign


Capgemini UK Unapologetically Us campaign supports employees

Capgemini UK 'Unapologetically Us' campaign supports employees

 November 17, 2020

As part of Capgemini UK's 'Unapologetically Us' campaign, the company held a discussion panel focusing on perspectives of being a woman in the workplace and addressed a range of further diversity and inclusion aspects.

Mairi Holt, Capgemini Learning and Development Consultant (pictured above), hosted the company's Women in BTS event that saw an outstanding panel of speakers: Jessica Pybus, Precious Oduebo, Candida Tippins, Hayley Creighton and Executive Sponsor Carl Jones. The event was successful creating an uplifting and empowering energy - and was the group's first event addressing the 'Unapologetically Us' direction. 

A strong passion for diversity and inclusion

Capgemini LGBT

One of the panelists, Capgemini Test Analyst, Hayley Creighton, is a strong inclusion and diversity advocate with a broad focus on supporting LGBT+ inclusion and women in STEM, through to coaching young adults from deprived and working class backgrounds. She is motivated by people, powered by a desire to see change in the modern workplace. 

Promoting the event, Hayley described the event saying: "... some of the incredible women in BTS will come together to talk about what they are unapologetic about." 

Celebrating unapologetically brilliant colleagues 

Capgemini panel

Jessica Pybus, Senior Managing Consultant at Capgemini, was pleased to be one of the speakers at the Women@CapgeminiUK event with her colleagues of whom she described as being "unapologetically brilliant."


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