Thursday 7th February 2019 – guest speakers Perminder Mann and Michael Fuller
Date(s) - 07/02/2019
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Belonging in the era of Brexit: How do we build inclusivity in a fractured political landscape?
Guest speakers Perminder Mann, CEO of Bonnier Books UK, and Michael Fuller, Britain’s first ever black chief constable, will talk about what ‘belonging’ means to them, the role it has played in their respective careers and how it brought them together to publish Michael’s memoirs.
Perminder Mann is the CEO of Bonnier Books UK, a major UK publisher with sales of £80m. Bonnier Books UK is part of Bonnier Books, a family-owned company headquartered in Sweden and a top 15-world publisher. Perminder was one of only seven BAME women to appear in a survey of the UK’s 1000 most powerful leaders, conducted by The Guardian and Operation Black Vote.
Michael Fuller, QPM, BA, MBA, LLM, Hon LLD
Michael Fuller QPM is a former Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of the Crown Prosecution Service. Prior to his HMI appointment Michael had a long and distinguished career in the Police force. Starting as a Cadet in 1975 he worked in a number of uniformed and CID roles, as well as senior positions in the Met. In 2004 he was appointed Chief Constable of Kent and became Britain’s first ever black chief constable.
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