During Covid-19, looking after our own and each other’s mental health and well-being is even more important than normal. 

 

Next week is Mental Health Awareness Week and the WCIB will take part in the Green Ribbon Campaign, run by the Lord Mayor’s Appeal, whose Advisory Board I chair. The aim of the campaign is to #endthestigma around mental health, with this year’s theme being ‘Kindness’, both to ourselves and to others.   

 

To show our support we will be turning our social media green between 18 – 22 May. We encourage everyone to take part with more information on this to be found here: https://greenribbon.thelordmayorsappeal.org

 

In line with our theme for the year, ‘Open door, Open City: embracing diversity in all its forms’, we aim to bring the Company into the forefront of the 21st century.

 

For our already inclusive culture to continue to reflect the diversity of the City we serve, Mental Health will be part of the focus of our recently formed Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Sub Committee, led by Angela Greenough Angela.Greenough@cms-cmno.com

 

To ensure our D&I activities are in support of all our members, we are eager to hear your feedback. We will include a few D&I questions in our next Company survey due to run over the summer. I encourage you all to share your thoughts.   

 

Best,  

Karina 

Karina Robinson 

Master of the Worshipful Company of International Bankers 

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