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Shannon Hall is Deputy Chair of Vibrant – the LGBT+ employee network for Clydesdale Bank, Yorkshire Bank and now also Virgin Money. He is the Payments Manager for the whole of Scotland, ensuring Business from Corporate to Small have the correct platforms to grow and service their customers. Shannon undertakes the Deputy Role as side desk, however manages to produce results that have a meaningful impact and a clear legacy. This includes updating and introducing the Transitioning at Work policies and guidance, and also helping ensure that Virgin Money was represented at their first ever Pride in 2019. Shannon is a leader in ensuring that business decisions are framed in a way which ensures that everyone is included and that the correct outcome is obtained for service users and stakeholders. He is forward thinking and driven to make sure that inclusion is at the centre of not only Clydesdale and Virgin Money but that of our customers.
Colum Coleman is a Change Manager for Barclays and has been working in a number of different roles for the last thirteen years. Prior to working in Barclays his only exposure to LGBTI issues were ones he faced personally. In Barclays he became an active part of the Spectrum (LGBTI) Network in Scotland filling various positions from Co-Chair to Communications. Colum has led on many initiatives to increase awareness, break down barriers, encourage open communication between allies and within the LGBTI community both in the UK and internationally.
Jai Raichura is Chair of the LGBT+ UK network at Capco, for the past 3 years and sits on the wider Capco D&I Leadership team. He oversaw Capco’s first ever London PRIDE participation in 2016 in partnership and forged corporate partnerships with charities Stonewall, Positive East and Diversity Role Models. He also volunteers at the new LGBT community centre in London, has worked with the Terrance Higgins Trust and is passionate about inclusivity in the workplace. Jai’s initiatives helped Capco achieve a Top 10 spot in the Most Inclusive Employer Award at the British LGBT Awards this year.