Lydia Amoah is recognised as Britain’s leading authority on diversity and cultural inclusion. An award-winning business coach, TV presenter and campaigner she has helped thousands of people transform their lives and improved many businesses. Her clients have included the BBC, ITV, Financial Times, the Daily Telegraph, Channel 4, Bank of Ireland, EY and the NHS. She is well known on the speaking circuit as a keynote speaker and frequently appears in other media. Lydia is also a researcher. She pioneered and authored The Black Pound Report, which explores the spending power of the Black, Asian and Multi-Ethnic consumers and how these communities are underrepresented in our current advertising landscape. Lydia is also the architect of the STOPIT Protocol, a new policy to protect employees from online and offline racism and hate crimes.