SDG WEBINAR SERIES | Goal 5 – Gender Equality – REGISTER TODAY
Date: Wednesday, 15 July 2020
Time: 1:15 PM – 2PM
Chambers Ireland are committed to adopting practices that align with each goal within our own business as well as helping to educate and support businesses across Ireland to embrace the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This webinar series will showcase a number of different aspects to each of these goals, focusing on one goal per week over a 5-week period. Our aim is that our panel of expert speakers will offer practical advice and guidance to businesses of all sizes, particularly SMEs, in incorporating the SDGs into their own business model.
WEEK 5 | GOAL 5 – GENDER EQUALITY
This week’s webinar will cover topics such as –
- Gender Pay Gap
- Balanced Representation
- Family Friendly Workplaces
David McRedmond – An Post
David is the Chief Executive Officer of An Post. He has led the Company’s Transformation programme and return to financial stability, revenue growth and profit since his appointment to the role in 2016. David is personally driving An Post’s Sustainability Charter, with An Post published its first Gender Pay Gap Report and Action Plan in October 2019, just one of its Decent Work initiatives.
Sandra Caffrey – Diageo
Sandra’s career in HR spans over 25 years. During her career with Diageo, she has worked in the Guinness, R&A Bailey and Diageo Ireland businesses in addition to Europe based and CoE roles. She has partnered with all functions, including the sales and manufacturing business units.
She is an experienced HR leader, with significant experience in leading change and transformation projects. She has recently been appointed HR Director for the Diageo Ireland Market.
Karina Howley – KPMG
Karina has been the Head of Corporate Citizenship & Diversity at KPMG Ireland for the last 13 years. Through Karina’s tenure KPMG Ireland has developed a robust Corporate Citizenship programme and has won a variety of CSR Awards over the last number of years: in 2013 and again in 2017 KPMG won the overall “Outstanding Award” for best company at the Chambers Ireland CSR Awards.
Karina is a member of Chambers Ireland’s Sustainable Business Council.