Anna champions leadership accountability for increasing the diversity of KPMG’s workforce. She led the setting of KPMG’s publicly declared targets to increase representation of female talent through to 2022. This clear focus on gender parity has increased executive membership to 33% female. Anna ensures transparency over pay gaps and works with KPMG’s women’s network to lead popular pay gap workshops across the country to generate ideas and drive KPMG’s response. She support’s KPMG’s programme to support working parents, has championed numerous return to work programmes for women and is leading a project on agile working. Anna proactively supports female promotion candidates and KPMG’s GROW programme, from which 44% of female delegates were promoted at least one grade in FY18. Anna also promotes positive change beyond KPMG. She appeared on the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show in 2018, sharing KPMG’s approach to parental leave. In February this year, she was asked to give evidence to the Women and Equalities Select Committee on the best practice use of settlement agreements. She published a letter in March 2019 offering advice to young women on self-confidence in salary negotiation. She has spoken with the Department for Transport about job sharing, is an active fellow of the Forward Institute, is chair of Access Accountancy and is on the Learning and Professional Development Board of the ICAEW.