Passionate about responsible business practice and the value add of business to society


Kay is a high profile ambassador for Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity with a proven track record as an outstanding innovator in the field of Responsible Business in both a commercial environment and in the public sector.

Named as a Game Changer in a one off award by Business in the Community 2012

Kay has three major roles at present:

She is the Founding Director of a new start up Really Useful Stuff Kay aims to grow the UKs largest marketplace for independent living products.

Kay is the Founding Director of Trading for Good A Number 10 supported campaign looking at how businesses can help local communities, driving greater social responsibility.

Founding Director of her own consultancy Diverse Advice Kay provides CSR advice to a number of high profile businesses. Including being appointed as Special Advisor to the Fujitsu CSR Board and British Land CR Board.

Read about Trading for Good in the Daily Telegraph


Previously Kay’s career included Royal Mail Group, BSkyB and B&Q, her work has focused on Equality and Social Action. Previously Kay has served as a Commissioner on both the Disability Rights Commission and the Equality and Human Rights Commission. She also served as a Non Executive Director of the Pension and Disability Carers Service.

She has over 17 years experience in supporting strategic partnerships between corpo rate’s and charities looking for innovative solutions that have a positive impact on society. Kay is also an accredited coach to EMCC and coaches a small number of private clients.


Awarded OBE for services to Equality in 2011.