Culture Advisory Group Members

John Amaechi, CEO, Amaechi Performance Solutions

John is a psychologist and New York Times best-selling author. In the US and Europe, he works with aspiring and already high-achieving individuals as well as medium to large-sized organisations looking for an edge. He is often retained to help identify and implement ways to increase productivity by improving communication & leadership skills, organisational culture and climate. ​

Sheila Cameron, CEO, Lloyd's Market Association

Before becoming CEO at the LMA, Sheila was Head of International Operations at The Navigators Group. She was responsible for leading all operational and change management activity within Navigators International, including its Lloyd’s business and global platforms in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Sheila has also been the Director of Group Operations at Hiscox.​

Dominic Christian, Global Chairman of Reinsurance Solutions, Aon

Dominic is the Global Chairman of Aon Reinsurance Solutions. He is a Director of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and The Bermuda Society. He is also the Chairman of Lloyd's Tercentenary Research Foundation, ClimateWise, The Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts and Co-Chair of The University of East Anglia - 50 Making a Difference Campaign. He leads the Inclusion@Lloyd’s Group. He believes that a contemporary approach to Diversity and Inclusion is central to future business success. ​

Christopher Croft, CEO, London & International Brokers' Association

Christopher is the Chief Executive of the London and International Brokers' Association (LIIBA), which represents the interests of Lloyd’s insurance and reinsurance brokers. Prior to this, Christopher was head of the London Market Group’s Secretariat, where he led the work that produced the milestone London Matters report, and a Government economist. He is Vice President of the Insurance Institute of London.​​

Brian Dow, CEO, Mental Health UK and Deputy CEO, Rethink Mental Illness

Brian started his career as a journalist and producer at the BBC before finding that his passion lay in campaigning for social causes. Brian has since become a dedicated campaigner, helping to improve the lives of those severely affected by mental illness, initially as Director of External Affairs at Rethink Mental Illness and as Co-Chair of the National Suicide Prevention Alliance. Brian is now responsible for Campaigns and Policy, Communications, Fundraising and Participation at Rethink Mental Illness and is the CEO of Mental Health UK.​

Jayne-Anne Gadhia, CEO UKI, Salesforce

Jane joined Salesforce on 1 October 2019 as CEO, UK and Ireland (UKI) to lead the company’s UKI business through its next stage of growth. She is also the Founder and Chair of Snoop. From 2007 to 2018 Jayne-Anne was CEO of Virgin Money. In November 2016 she was appointed as the UK Government’s Women in Finance Champion, and in July 2017 she became a founder member of its Business Diversity and Inclusion Group. In 2018 she was named Leader of the Year at the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards. She sits on the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy Council. She was made a Dame in the 2019 New Year Honours list.

Clare Lebecq, CEO, London Market Group

Clare has been in the London Market Insurance industry for over 25 years and has held senior positions at three of the four largest insurance brokers in the London Market. In her early career she was a London Market Reinsurance Broker focusing on advising Lloyd’s Syndicates on their reinsurance programmes, for the last 10 years her focus has been on operations.​

Fiona Luck, Talent and Culture Non-Executive Director, Lloyd's

Fiona has over 30 years’ experience in insurance and reinsurance. Fiona has a passion for culture change and is a committee member for WeSpeak. Fiona is a Non-Executive Director (NED) and a member of the Risk Committee and Remuneration Committee at Lloyd’s. She previously was a NED of the Bermuda Monetary Authority, a NED at Catlin Holdings Ltd and Allied World Holdings Ltd.​

Dave Matcham, CEO, International Underwriting Association

Dave is responsible for the London Company Market's representative voice within UK and internationally and the provision of a variety of technical services to assist members' underwriting businesses. Prior to the formation of the IUA Dave worked for 18 years, many in a senior managerial position, for the Institute of London Underwriters.​​

Pauline Miller, Head of Talent Development and Inclusion, Lloyd's

Pauline is Head of Talent Development and Inclusion for Lloyd’s Corporation and leads a team of Talent Development and Diversity and Inclusion professionals to create and implement talent, learning and development programmes that enables employees at all levels to develop and perform their best within Lloyd’s and the Lloyd’s market. As part of her remit Pauline provides strategic leadership and support for Inclusion@Lloyd’s the committee for Diversity and Inclusion to support Lloyd’s and the Lloyd’s market.

John Neal, CEO, Lloyd's

John has over 30 years of US and International experience. Before joining Lloyd’s, he was the Group Chief Executive Officer at QBE Insurance Group. He has a strong track record of business transformation and a deep understanding of the global insurance market performance drivers, cultures and change.

Debbie Ramsay, Director, GoodCorporation

Debbie leads GoodCorporation’s business ethics assessments and heads up their measuring ethical culture work. She runs their ethics training and is also responsible for a four-year ethics training programme that GoodCorporation is running for one of the EU’s largest financial institutions. She has 30 years experience in both the commercial and not-for-profit sectors.​​

Jo Scott, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Lloyd's

Jo leads an award-winning corporate communications and marketing team creating compelling campaigns and expert content about the business of risk. Her team delivers a rich and varied global programme of PR and media, marketing, digital communications and events. Jo promotes and protects Lloyd's iconic brand and has oversight of their long-standing community programme. She is responsible for business strategy and spreading the word about diversity and inclusion in the Lloyd's market.​ ​

Julia Tyson, Chief Human Resources Officer, Lloyd's

Julia is a highly experienced HR Director with proven abilities to develop, lead and deliver people and culture strategies. Prior to acting as Interim Chief People Officer at dispute resolution consultancy HKA, Julia was HR and Communications Director at LV= from 2013-17, and prior to that Group HRD at Wates Group. She is also a Non-Executive Director with Greenoaks Housing Association in Woking, and a Trustee of UFI Trust, an organisation seeking to develop adult vocational skills through digital learning. She joins Lloyd’s to build on the work underway to ensure we promote and develop an inclusive and innovative culture.​ ​