Shortly after joining Oliver Wyman, Elliot took the helm of the London chapter of our LGBTQ+ and Allies network, GLOW. His inclusion on the British LGBT+ Awards Top 10 Future Leaders list recognises his work amplifying the network’s impact across the UK & Ireland, organising workshops on trans inclusion for leadership, and speaking publicly on LGBTQ+ issues to the firm.
Elliot has gone above and beyond what is expected of him as a visible gay role-model championing inclusion not just in the LGBTQ+ space but also across gender, race, and other diversity characteristics.David Gillespie, Partner and Head of UK & Ireland
During the COVID-19 lockdown, our usual community outreach was not possible, so Elliot came up with the idea of a firm-wide Zoom event where firm leaders had to bluff their way through powerpoint slides they’d never seen before. The office then voted for a winner using donations. In two sessions, Elliot raised over £7,500 for LGBTQ+ charities including Opening Doors London and National AIDS Trust.
Elliot’s enthusiasm, vision, and energy during these extraordinary times has not only raised the profile of LGBTQ+ issues within our firm but has also meaningfully contributed to the wider LGBTQ+ community when needed most.
2021 has been a year of change but also hope for the future and during that time we during that time we have seen the LGBT+ community come together more than ever.Jen Tippin, Chief Transformation Officer, NatWest
The British LGBT Awards, with Founding Partner NatWest, was created to showcase individuals and organisations that have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to the LGBT+ community.