Miranda was invited to become an RSA Fellow on the basis of her extensive diversity leadership initiatives and for championing the diversity cause in the UK. She has launched diversity initiatives to help close the race diversity gap in the UK workplace such as the “Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Scholarship” for students aged between 14-21 years old from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) background.
Being elected a Fellow of the RSA is without doubt an honour and and my election to the RSA falls in line with my goals in making a real impact on business. One of my particular interests is seeking to bridge the race diversity gap in the UK workplace and I look forward to meeting other Fellows who may have an interest in similar areas.Miranda Brawn
The RSA Fellowship is a network of people from a wide range of backgrounds, united by a desire to build a better society. There are over 27,000 Fellows in more than 80 countries, working together for the benefit of their communities.
Through the Catalyst Programme the RSA supports Fellows in developing local networks and initiatives, and they provide funding and expertise to Fellow-led ideas that aim to have a positive social impact. Being elected an RSA Fellow depends on having achieved a contribution to society in a cultural or arts-related sphere.