Racism is a sustainability problem, with Jacqueline Taiwo | Brunswick

Racism is a sustainability problem, with Jacqueline Taiwo

Racial injustice and inequality have become top-priority issues for corporations, governments and individuals as the Black Lives Matter movement shook status quos around the world throughout 2020. While many businesses are rising to the occasion – whether by choice or necessity – no playbook yet exists for implementing D&I measures that successfully tackle inequality. However, joining Amelia in this final episode of Season 2 of the ESG Agenda is Jacqueline Taiwo, who may well be the author that very playbook.

Jacqueline is a Principal and Associate General Counsel Europe for investment management firm TowerBrook, and the Chair and Co-Founder of Black Women in Asset Management. In a time where corporate engagement with ESG issues has never been as critical, Jacqueline demonstrates that practical action can be taken, and effective.