Lydia Amoah, Founder & CEO
Recognised as Britain’s leading authority on diversity, equity and inclusion, Lydia Amoah is an award-winning business coach, TV presenter, campaigner and founder of cultural change agency, Backlight. She is a DEI pioneer, a history-maker, and a game-changer. Her many landmark achievements include:
They are supporting the paths to the progress of 50,000+ people by unpicking their career blockers and identifying clear routes for them to fulfil their ambitions.
Driving cultural workplace change for organisations such as Ofcom, P&G, BBC, NFL, Financial Times, Channel 4, the Daily Telegraph, EY, the Bank of Ireland, and the NHS.
Architect of Accelerate, the creative sector’s revered multicultural leadership programme that’s actively changing the landscape of Black, Asian and Multi-Ethnic leaders in the workplace.
The author of the acclaimed Black Pound Report reveals ground-breaking insights into the spending power and lack of representation in advertising Black, Asian and Multi-Ethnic consumers.
Hate crime and racism policy maker, through her STOPIT protocol, protects employees from online hate and racist abuse.
Patron of Show Racism the Red Card and UN associated TOGETHERBRAND.