Completing the All-Index: What you need to know from participation to publication

10th May 2018

The All-Index is a global industry standard index measuring progress for diversity and inclusion. It will provide a report on annual progress and make recommendations in various areas such as demographics, corporate governance, internal policies, recruitment practices, employment policies, unconscious bias and marketing. The report will paint a picture for the Betting and Gambling Industry and results will be totally anonymised.

This webinar took place on May 9, 2018 and Kelly and Tina walked through the All-Index survey, explaining who should participate and why, how to register, what questions are included in the survey, how the data will be used and cover all data privacy issues surrounding the report. You will leave with a better understanding about how to answer each question and how responses will be used in our final publication.

Visit the All-in Diversity Project website here.

 

Speaker

Christina Thakor-Rankin

Biography

Christina has over 25 years’ experience in the betting, and gambling industry, 15 at director level and above. Starting out in the pre-dotcom era, she has a career spanning land, internet and mobile, covering all aspects of gaming operations, holding senior roles with some of the world’s best known brands (incl. William Hill and Virgin) responsible for managing multiple business disciplines, functions and teams across a range of channels, products and customers, including regulatory compliance and money laundering.

Kelly Kehn

Biography

Kelly Kehn has been in iGaming senior management since 2012. She’s led teams and brands through regulatory changes, migrations and rebrands as well as held leadership roles in marketing, operations, management and sales. In 2016 she formed Kelly A. Kehn Consulting Ltd., a consulting firm dedicated to helping companies grow their business and improve corporate governance through recruitment, retention, mentorship and empowerment of women. Her mission is to demonstrate to corporations the invaluable benefit of gender diversity through measurable results and revenue growth.