Jennie balances her day job with a mixture of volunteering work namely Women in Banking & Finance (not for profit, members organisation), where she founded and now chairs the regional branch in Birmingham. Through this, she supports a far wider audience and multiple organisations with their gender agenda through providing personal development workshops, access to influential senior leaders, and mentoring and networking opportunities. She is also driving an initiative to bring male ambassadors on board by hosting International Men’s Day to further the agenda of inclusivity and showcase the male ambassadors we have to leverage the support of others. Jennie is also an advisory board member to the Aston University Enactus team, and mentors with the Prince’s Trust where she proactively supports the pipeline development and challenge of social mobility into Financial Services. Jennie’s recent move to Capital One was partly driven by their internal D&I programme and their proactive presence through Women in Tech alongside their Corporate & Social Responsibility programmes. Since joining Capital One, Jennie has supported in the continued development of their inclusion agenda with an intersectionality lens. She hosted an Inclusion session for her leadership team to start a wider consideration of inclusion such as culture and age crossed with gender; enabling leaders to think differently about potential biases. She has also recently been appointed as the UK lead for their Women’s Resource Group – EmpowHer.