Diversity Equity & Inclusion

Friday 1 July 2022

1:50 – 2:45 PM (BST)


Arti Kashyap-Aynsley

Global Head of Health & Wellbeing @ Ocado Group


Arti Kashyap-Aynsley – Global Head of Health & Wellbeing @ Ocado Group

Arti Kashyap-Aynsley started her career by qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, whilst also embarking on a 15 year journey in the Professional Services Sector. She has worked between all of audit, tax and advisory services, spending the largest chunk of her time in the world of Management Consulting, where she focused on large scale Finance Transformation programmes that had her looking at strategy, learning and development, stakeholder and change management, technology implementations, process improvement, executive coaching and other things alike.

Working and travelling the globe opened Arti’s eyes up to the impacts of what our working lives can have on our overall wellbeing, along with the truth behind not being able to easily compartmentalise the lives we live between home and work. With the experience she gained in her career, she decided to pivot four years ago into the world of wellbeing, where she first worked with Deloitte in Consulting in the UK, to design, develop and deliver on a comprehensive wellbeing strategy that was linked to the overall business focus.

By being able to create positive shifts and change in the business, Arti was inspired to continue to grow in this area and is now leading the Ocado Group Globally from a wellbeing standpoint. Outside of her day to day working life Arti continues to emulate a life committed to the wellbeing agenda as she is also a qualified life coach, as well as an Advisor and Director to various organisations from a responsible business standpoint.


Anja Skvortsova

Managing Director @ Audeliss


Anja Skvortsova, Managing Director, Audeliss

Anja has extensive international experience in executive search. She started her career in a FTSE-250 recruitment company, managing the Industry & Commerce finance searches in London. She then moved to a Global Industrial Practice for a NASDAQ-listed leadership advisory firm conducting executive and Board assignments across the globe. Prior to joining Audeliss, Anja worked for a boutique search business focusing on Legal and Compliance appointments in the UK and EMEA markets. Anja leads Audeliss client partnerships, advising leadership teams and boardrooms on how to attract the best talent to their organisations. Anja’s track record in placing leaders across industry sectors and geographies, as well as her own international upbringing presents a unique perspective to our clients on the importance of D&I at the highest level for any business. Anja is also a European co-chair on advisory board for WBC (Women’s Business Collaborative) which is dedicated to gender parity for women in leadership and board roles. And a member of Women Leaders Group for 25×25, which is an initiative to get to 25 women CEOs in FTSE100 and 250 by 2025.

Milyae Park

NED @ Fidelity European Trust plc | Museum of London


Milyae Park – NED @ Fidelity European Trust plc | Museum of London | Faber and Faber

Milyae Park is a Non-Executive Director, Speaker, and Advisor in DEI. She is currently a Non-Executive Director at Fidelity European Trust plc, Faber and Faber, and the Museum of London where she is also the Chair of the Museum’s subsidiary Trading Board. Her Executive career spans roles as a Chartered Accountant in Silicon Valley, an Investment Banker on Wall Street, a Partner in Accenture’s M&A and Strategy practice, a Business Development Director and a Commercial Director at Tesco, and the Director for Europe at Marks & Spencer, as well as an entrepreneur and CEO at several fashion companies.

As an advocate for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Milyae mentors underrepresented groups at the youth, Executive, and NED levels. She is a Mentor for BT’s Ethnic Diversity Personal Advisory Council, has advised organisations in targeting female and ethnically diverse students for STEM programmes, and has been a Coach for the 50/50 Women On Boards’ ‘Conversation on Board Diversity’.