Asif is a Multi Award winning, Diversity and Inclusion expert with a background in establishing and sustaining stability across international relations, diversity and inclusion of public and private platforms as well as creating an equal and diverse synergy between cross functional operations; a recognised leader of prevention through engagement and managed solutions with a grounded knowledge in diverse communities.
Asif is Head of Diversity and Inclusiveness for EY (Ernst and Young) financial services UK, he joined EY as an Assistant Director for UK &I and was previously the Head of the Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Unit for the City of London Police. Asif worked in a number of different departments across the Police during his time with the Police and he is currently a Special Sergeant within the City of London Police.
Asif has a strong educational background spanning multiple disciplines and has completed a Degree in Management and Human Resource Management, a Foundation Degree in Computing Science, a Foundation Degree in Justice Studies and a diploma in Sales and Marketing and a Master’s degree in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism.
I am delighted to be invited to speak at the conference, I feel it is hugely important that future generations of leaders realise their potential and understand that you can become anything that you want to be.
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[…] Asif Sadiq MBE, Head of Diversity and Inclusiveness at Ernst and Young, was next to engage the teens. Rather than focus on a positive storyline, Asif gave a deliberately honest account of his past failures and how it created his determination to succeed. He talked about the challenges of different working environments and how he has taken skills he has developed into different professions through his working life. Asif put emphasis on the need to turn failure into success and how you learn and develop from mistakes. He closed his advice with the proposition to the teens that whenever a personal goal is achieved, always look for the next one. […]