Tori, an Associate Partner and Technology Innovation leader, made inclusion a key part of her purpose long before it was part of the wider consultancy conversation. She has proven to be a trailblazer, from developing accessible technologies for the EY Ability Network and leading the EY Women in Tech community, to setting up the first UK&I ground-breaking (now globally recognised) Neuro-Diverse Centres of Excellence (NCoEs). Her work not only makes a measurable difference to the under-represented but also contributes to the consultancy profession, EY clients and – through her work building an inclusion ecosystem across charities, academia and commerce – wider society.
Her work in the neurodiversity field, for example, encourages people to share their lived experiences, driving change within the profession in areas such as recruitment processes and helping to transform the career prospects of neurodivergent individuals who may have encountered employment barriers in the past. For clients facing STEM talent shortages, her work is clearing their pathway to the diverse and exceptional individuals needed to drive sustainable growth.
Overall, Tori has a proven ability to build inclusive environments that not only drive greater workplace diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) but which also fuel the innovation and creativity needed to help solve EY clients’ greatest business challenges. This is testament to her multi-year experience of helping EY and impacting other companies to embrace and enact technology change, through which she discovered how different ideas, people and ways of thinking can boost growth and unleash the true value of consulting.
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