What is the role of Executive Leaders when it comes to Allyship?
What impact does strong Executive Ally have on an organisation?
How can an organisation increase it’s Executive Ally Engagement?
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Belton Flournoy III
In addition to being a Director in Protiviti’s Technology & Digital consulting practice, Belton is a Head of Pride in the City for Pride in London where he runs a Mayor backed initiative dedicated to increasing diversity and inclusivity across London businesses.
He has over a decade of experience supporting clients with deploying strategic solutions across some of the world’s leading financial services institutions, while maintaining a strong passion for ensuring diversity and inclusivity remain high on organisations business agenda.
He has experience delivering Cyber Security, Customer Experience, Identity & Access Management (IAM), Spreadsheet Risk and Compliance/Regulatory Risk programs across Europe. He has managed global teams across large organisations, as well as supporting small and medium-sized organisations to implement fit-for-purpose solutions.
He is extremely passionate about intersectionality, where he believes it is each person’s role to support other groups who are in the minority – “after all, we don’t want to preach to the converted, we want to educate and inspire people to be more aware and inclusive.” Belton is founder of Protiviti UK's LGBT+ group, which won best LGBT+ network in 2019 by the Inclusive Tech Alliance, and in 2020 he was shortlisted as a 'Top 10 Inspirational Leader' by the British LGBT+ awards.