Meet the Team
Tea founded the WiH2020 campaign in 2017. A keen advocate of gender diversity, in 2018 she rallied support to conduct the first ever research into female leadership across the Hospitality, Travel and Leisure sector. She has since created the most influential collaboration platform of leaders across the HTL sector with the objective of increasing gender representation and diversity as a whole at leadership level across hospitality, travel and leisure. Tea is a non-Executive Director on a number of Boards and has held senior HR Executive roles at Merlin Entertainments Plc and Hilton Hotels.
Joanna has extensive experience in resourcing and talent management in the HTL industry having worked at Hilton Hotels, Paramount Restaurants and IHG. Joanna is a keen supporter of the gender diversity agenda.
Carolyn has a demonstrated track record in designing and developing Diversity and Inclusion (D and I) strategies across multiple sectors. She was the D and I lead at the London School of Economics, where she played an instrumental role in galvanising equality and diversity across all work streams and service delivery practices.
Carolyn is passionate about promoting good workplace cultures, and has a particular interest in the concept of intersectionality.
Gina has over 14 years experience working with events, research and marketing within the travel and hospitality industry. She has experience at Director level, working with some of the industry's top UK and global brands to help drive learning and innovation across the sector. As a passionate marketer and collaborator, Gina works to ensure WiH2020's mission to increase women's representation and diversity as a whole in leadership across hospitality, travel and leisure, reaches its widest potential.
WiH2020 Advisory Board
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Thank you to our partners. They are providing invaluable support to the WiH2020 campaign
Our Ambassadors are passionate about raising the profile of WiH2020 across our industry and reach as many organisations as possible. They strive to share information about WiH2020 and achieve its objectives of increasing gender representation and diversity as a whole across the sector while helping to grow our membership.