The Valuable 500
Caroline is an award-winning social entrepreneur and founder of #valuable – a catalyst for an inclusion revolution that exists to position disability equally on the global business leadership agenda.
Committed to building a global movement on inclusive business for the 1.3 billion people in the world with a disability, over the past two decades she has set up several organisations and initiatives centred on disability business inclusion.
Head of Diversity & Inclusion
Paulette has been a Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Barclays since April 2016. She leads the D&I strategy and campaigns across global functions, and has lead responsibility for driving forward the disability agenda across the business, including Barclays campaign on disability, mental health and wellbeing, This is Me.
Company Accessibility Leader
Procter & Gamble
Sam is P&G’s Company Accessibility Leader and is leading the company’s thought leadership and commitment to making our products, packaging and advertising accessible for the ageing population and 1.3 billion people around the world with a disability. Sam also is the global leader for P&G’s People With Disability network to enable all employees with a disability or a family member with a disability to perform at their peak.
Chief Accessibility Officer
Jenny has a passion to see people reach their full potential, including people with disabilities. Jenny is chief accessibility officer at Microsoft, leading the company’s efforts to drive great products, services and websites that empower people and organizations to achieve more. Her team is at the forefront of creating positive experiences that apply technology to make a difference in the world and the lives of individuals,
Disability Rights UK
Kamran has 15 years’ experience of running disabled organisations and is currently the CEO of Disability Rights UK. He currently sits on the board for the Lyric Theatre and Wheels for Wellbeing, and has previously been a board member of Inclusion London and the Candoco Dance company. Kamran has also served as a member of Transport for London’s Independent Disability Advisory Group.