Recommended Podcast: DiverCity™ Podcast

DiverCity Podcast

DiverCity™ Podcast is a series of podcasts designed to explore the field of diversity and inclusion in financial services.

In each episode we invite guests with a range of corporate, commercial and personal experiences to discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion and offer practical insights designed to encourage and inspire others to drive even greater change in this field. We examine areas where we have seen effective change, as well as areas where further focus is required. The podcast spans banking, finance, capital markets, entrepreneurship, investment, technology, human resources and government policy.

Julia Streets is the host and executive producer. In addition to her day job as founder & CEO of Streets Consulting, the business development, marketing and communications consultancy, Julia is also a stand up comedian, auctioneer and writer. She brings this to you with Cynthia Akinsanya and Robert Pinto-Fernandes who have been tirelessly researching, booking, marketing and promoting the podcasts, all of which are produced by Kieron Yates. You can find more information on each team member below.

We hope you enjoy the podcasts and find them useful, and if you have any research you’d like to share, ideas you’d like to hear discussed or guests you’d like us to invite, we’d love to hear from you!

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Podcasts are a great learning resource to enhance your career and a great way to unwind. WeAreTheCity has a dedicated section full of recommended podcasts for your next listen.

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