ABOUT INCLUSIVE BOARDS:

We are a unique agency set up primarily to support the third and public sector with their efforts to attract more Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) leaders at board and executive level. We have access to over 1000 ethnic minority executives and experts with public, private, and third sector experience and have advised some of the world’s leading employers in regards to attracting diverse talent.

OPPORTUNITIES:

Inclusive Boards are delighted to be working with Amnesty International to find candidates to join a brand new committee. Amnesty International work to protect women, men and children wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied. As a global movement of over 7 million people, Amnesty International is the world’s largest grassroots human rights organisation. Amnesty have a number vacancies […]

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Posted 4 days ago

Sustrans is a £50M a year charity, they are a UK sustainable transport charity. Their flagship project is the National Cycle Network, which has created over 14,000 miles of signed cycle routs throughout the UK. Sustrans works with schools to encourage active travel (cycling, walking or scooting) among students. It also works with employers and local authorities. They are […]

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    Friends of the Earth  is a £10M a year environmental campaigning organisation and they are one of 70 national groups around the world which make up the network of global environmental organisations. They provide inspiration, expertise,tools and connections to enable individuals and communities to come together to make change. They are also looking for […]

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Street League is seeking two new Trustees who will ensure that Street League stays focused on delivering the vision of an end to youth unemployment through sport, is managed effectively, efficiently and in accordance with the requirements of the law, Charity Commission and best practice. They require Trustees with experience in the following sectors: A […]

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The Crafts Council Board of Trustees is led by our Chair, Professor Geoffrey Crossick and is particularly focussed on our future resilience and building our impact nationally. Our new business plan, which sets out our vision for the period leading up to our fiftieth anniversary in 2021, will focus on new audiences and new makers […]

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Inclusive Boards are delighted to be working with The British Red Cross as they seek to recruit a new trustee. The Red Cross are looking for someone with experience and knowledge of communications and marketing, including brand awareness and promotion. The ideal candidate will possess experience of strategic communications in the commercial context, preferably with some […]

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About the role: Could you make venues the place students choose to go? University of Sussex Students’ Union is on the edge of one of the most exciting, vibrant cities in the country and they want their venues to be seen to be part of that scene. If you are a person that can deliver […]

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The largest theatre complex outside of London, Sheffield Theatres comprises the iconic Crucible, the Studio and the Victorian splendour of the Lyceum. It produces and presents a diverse programme of work, including classic and contemporary drama, musicals, comedy, opera and dance on each of its stages. Last year over 400,000 people attended Sheffield Theatres. They […]

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Worthing Homes are seeking people to join their Board as non-executive directors and are particularly interested in people who have a background in one or more of the following: • Property development and maintenance • Finance, particularly investment and appraisal; • General business and commercial acumen; This is an exciting opportunity to make a real […]

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The British Science Association is currently looking for two individuals to join their governing body. The Council members will join during an exciting period that will see the development of a new strategic plan for the next three years. There are two excellent roles available: A new trustee who has a commercial background with experience of finance, […]

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Posted 2 months ago

One of Britain’s largest drug & alcohol addiction charities has hired Inclusive Boards to support the search for new trustees. For over 50 years Blenheim has been a key organisation arguing for harm reduction policies, encouraging evidenced-based practice and campaigning in the corridors of power to ensure that people get the treatment that they need. […]

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ABOUT THE ROLE The UK’s largest charity supporting blind and visually impaired individuals has appointed Inclusive Boards to support its search for new trustees. Most commonly known as RNIB, the organisation was founded by Thomas Rhodes Armitageand in 1868 and received its Royal Charter in 1948. RNIB are currently looking for talented individuals to join […]

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WORK WITH US:

We are committed first and foremost to making sure boards become more inclusive over the next decade, and believe our experience and access to talent will allow us to play a significant role. Over the last 10 years we have worked with employers including Deloitte, Barclays, and the Civil Service and have amassed an extensive network of leaders that can add value at a senior strategic level.

Our Talent Matching service is completely free for any charity with a turnover of less than £250,000, and our services are also subsidised based on a sliding scale.

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Executive Search

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Engagement Campaigns

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Training

NEWS & EVENTS

FEATURED IN

third-sector
Increasing ethnic representation on boards is not only the right thing to do, it improves business’ performance by bringing together people with a variety of ideas and experiences to make better business decisions.
Josh Hardie
Josh Hardie
CBI Deputy-Director General
This is not an exercise of tokenism; the recommendations are underpinned by strong industrial logic and the need for UK companies to be competitive in the increasingly challenging global marketplace.
Sir John Parker
Sir John Parker
The Parker Review 2016
It’s the same people, same outlook, same perspective, same, same, same. It might seem safe to bring in the same kinds of people that have always been brought in, but it doesn’t lead to the right decisions being made.
Tessa Akpeki
Tessa Akpeki
Former Head of governance and trustee services at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations

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