Meet the team

Black Inclusion week is bought to you by a committed team of hard working volunteers

Aggie Mutuma

Aggie is the CEO and lead consulting director of Mahogany Inclusion Partners. She is a passionate, award winning Inclusion and Anti-Racism expert, People Leader and Executive Coach with a track record of supporting organisations as they build cultures where everyone can thrive.

She works with Exco leaders and their teams to deliver DEI strategies and Anti-Racism strategies. Cross industry organisations she has supported include global FTSE100 organisations, consultancy firms, retailers, third sector and public sector organisations.

Aggie has taken Exco teams and their organisations through transformational change by combining her deep strategic thinking and her compassionately challenging coaching approach which creates psychologically safe spaces for reflection, behaviour change and inclusive cultures.

She is a trusted advisor for the CIPD and an engaging speaker, most recently for the CBI, and the CIPD Annual Conference 2020.

As an individual, Aggie is known for her disarming, authentic and candid approach which creates a psychologically safe environment for open sharing and growth. She is described as engaging, commercially astute, an effective confidante and as an inspirational coach and mentor. She is passionate, inquisitive and has a naturally coaching style which makes her an effective safe space facilitator and instigator of mindset and behaviour change.

Aggie is passionate about Black Inclusion Week and believes that with a shared purpose, collaboration and persistency, we can all make a positive and lasting change in the UK.

Sue Liburd

Sue is an award-winning businesswoman, human capital innovation consultant and business mentor.

Sue has a special interest in assisting under-represented groups achieve C-suite success and is a recognised voice in the promotion of the importance and understanding of intersectionality and equality as a driver for business success.

Sue was awarded an MBE in 2016 in recognition for her services to Business, Charities and Voluntary organisations. She won the Champion of Inclusion Award at the 2019 Inclusive Companies Awards and was listed in the ‘HERoes 100 Women Executives List’ for 2020, showcasing role models who are leading by example and driving change to increase gender diversity in the workplace. Sue is a non-executive director of ABSTRACT.

Hannah Litt

Hannah is Head of Resourcing and Inclusion at Motorpoint Plc. and leads the strategy in all things resourcing, equality, diversity and inclusion within the business. She also chairs the Inclusion committee and ensures that there is a focusing on ensuring there is an inclusive culture in place and driving greater diversity in line with the ED&I strategy that she has created.

Hannah’s experience includes businesses like Travis Perkins, Balfour Beatty and Sainsburys/Argos which all included roles that meant leading people and people strategy which included diversity and inclusion.

Outside of work Hannah is a social justice and human rights campaigner who works has won awards for the work she has done in her local community. Hannah believes that by building an environment whether that be the workplace or your community where people all feel included and like they belong and they can be their true selves everything we do will be more successful as a country as a whole.

Mamta Saha

Mamta Saha has earned her stellar track record as inhouse L&D lead and independent consultant with over 15 years of immersion in multiple global matrix commercially-focused businesses and bespoke consultancies, where she gained her wealth of experience leading cutting-edge learning and development strategy and company-wide implementation. Passionate, committed, professional, with excellent facilitation skills, coaching ability and dynamic bespoke training design in all behavioural areas for all levels of business from board to frontline. Her illustrious list of clients include Tesco, Accenture, KPMG, L’Oreal, Aviva, Sports England, Blackstone, Coca-Cola, Lucozade Ribena Suntory, China Investment Corporation, Logicor, Lloyd’s of London, State Street Bank, VHS Global.

Her Diversity and Inclusion projects have centred on creating a fair and inclusive workplace, including gender, ethnicity and race, nationality, cross culture, age, disabilities, sexual orientation, transgender, religion and belief, and micro inequities. One example of her diversity consultancy work is supporting L’Oreal HQ in Paris to co-design its core company diversity programme and overseeing its rollout across L’Oreal’s Middle East presence. This included train-the-trainer programmes and bespoke interventions from C-suite to frontline employees. This resulted in measurably increased staff morale in terms of perceived fairness of workplace, working relationships strengthened, teams becoming even more multicultural and cohesive, able to work together more effectively, and truly leverage from a place of diversity.

Mamta is a media psychologist and a regular contributor on BBC and Sky News for her psychological opinion and views on gender roles equality, the invisible barriers that stop people from getting ahead, professional development and politics.