Able Child Africa - Youth Council Bio
As a British-born Nigerian, Mary is excited about Africa’s growth prospects and the role the diaspora can play, as well as inclusion and putting herself in others’ shoes.
Firms are waking up to race issues, but critics say hashtags aren’t enough
“Companies have realised that it’s not good enough to just not talk about race.”
I spoke to The Observer about Black Lives Matter and talking about race in the workplace.
PwC's Mary Agbesanwa on how to be a role model for change and the importance of 'taking space'
Spotlight in Yahoo Finance following my award win being selected as No.1 for the Global EMpower Ethnic Minority future leader leaders list showcasing people who are committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace.
Mary Agbesanwa - Rising Star Award winner
Mary Agbesanwa, Rising Star in Professional Services 2019, top 5 in Professional Services.
The Sessions: International Women's Day Level Up Workshop & Networking event
Mary Agbesanwa hosted an IWD Workshop and Networking event with British Land/Broadgate for IWD 2020.
BYP Network In Conversation with a Financial Consultant: Mary Agbesanwa
Instagram Live on Friday 17th April 2020 at 7pm (GMT) with Mary Agbesanwa, a Management Consultant at PwC and Co-Founder of Now You're Talking.
Taking the right approach to ethnicity pay gap reporting
Contributed to PwC UK's Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting report on the role of employee networks in supporting with the messaging of Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting.
Atos celebrates Black History Month
On Wednesday 31 October, our multicultural diversity network, The Together Network, hosted an exclusive panel discussion at our UK & Ireland headquarters - in celebration of Black History Month.The discussion covered topics such as Windrush, being black within the workplace, personal experience of race and the understanding of race itself.
19 consulting industry figures named role models for ethnic minorities
19 members of the global consulting industry have been named as top role models and allies of ethnic minority individuals in the business arena.
A night to remember: Global volunteers celebrated at VSO Awards
Esteemed guests including VSO’s Patron, HRH Princess Anne, filled the auditorium of the Ondaatje Theatre at the Royal Geographical Society in London to watch the ceremony. The event was hosted by two former volunteers: the veteran BBC journalist Mike Wooldridge, and the economist & blogger Mary Agbesanwa.
Birmingham Business School Alumni Profile
Overall my time at university was great. It taught me a lot about myself and others. I learnt that you hard work usually gets rewarded and much to my shock, graduated with a First Class in BSc Economics.
Spectra Meets: Mary Agbesanwa
The main message I would tell other young women is to have confidence in yourself! Believe you can and you will! But also be prepared for success because it will never just be handed to you. Work hard and remember that success is where opportunity meets preparation.
EMpower future leaders 2018
The following individuals were identified as future leaders by the EMpower judging panel. They are high-performing and high-potential individuals at various levels in their careers.
CASS Consulting Society Annual Conference: Banking & Finance vs. Consultancy
The panel consisted of 2 speakers from the consulting industry and 2-3 from the finance & banking industry discussing what each industry has to offer.
Spotlight on: Mary Agbesanwa
Career story to date for a Black History Month feature in my secondary school alumni magazine.