Achieve authentic diversity in your business through inclusion with June Sarpong OBE, speaker, presenter, broadcaster, author, and DEI campaigner.
's Featured Sessions
Business As Unusual: The Future Of Business And How To Create Corporate Change
Enable your employees to develop a deep understanding of how they can personally contribute to creating a supportive and inclusive culture that will encourage the best talent to stay and grow within your company.
Why Diversity Is Good For Business
Having a diverse organisation is key for success on every level. Let June talk you through why different perspectives and viewpoints are important at every stage of the journey, how discrimination can end up costing us, and how you can achieve authentic diversity in your business.
June Sarpong | Speaker Biography
June Sarpong OBE is a prominent figure in British television, with a career spanning 20 years. She began her career at Kiss 100 and later presented for MTV UK & Ireland before gaining widespread recognition on Channel 4's T4. June has hosted significant events such as the Make Poverty History event in 2005 and the UK leg of Live Earth in 2007. Notably, she also presented Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday celebrations in Hyde Park.
Throughout her career, June has had the opportunity to interview notable figures, including the Prince of Wales, Bill Clinton, and George Clooney. She has been actively involved with the Prince's Trust and has supported campaigns like The One and Product (RED). June's contributions to broadcasting and charity were recognized when she received an MBE in 2007 and an OBE in 2020.
As the co-founder of the WIE Network, June has brought together influential speakers to empower women. She is also an author of three books. In 2015, June returned to the UK and has been a regular presence on Sky News' The Pledge. Recently, she launched 'The HQ Creative Inclusion Lab' in collaboration with Harper Collins, with a focus on amplifying voices from underrepresented communities.