Board of Directors

The ACCCE UK Board of Directors have a wealth of experience from a wide range of business backgrounds and recognise the importance of working together to create prosperous and socially responsible businesses. Their shared commitment to members and the region’s economic recovery is impressive.

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Joel O’Loughlin, BA Hons (Econ), CPPD, PG Cert (Hyp)
Chairman
Joel is a business consultant with a successful track record in strategic and operational leadership and change management for a wide variety of high profile clients in the public, private and NGO sectors spanning 30 years. Mr O’Loughlin has designed and delivered training on leadership, change management and diversity management for a range of high profile clients including Glaxo SmithKline, Goldman Sachs, Powergen, Government agencies and the UK National Health Service.

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Fola Kudehinbu, LLB
President
Fola is the pioneer Executive Chairman of the African & Caribbean Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise (ACCCE UK). He is a trained lawyer and management and human resources consultant. Fola  is one of the leading Diversity and Inclusion practitioners in the UK.. He is currently the CEO of FISD, Nigeria.

 

Paul Mutawe
Regional Director East, Central and Southern Africa
Paul is an International business consultant, specialising in marketing and business links. He is Chairman/CEO of Health and Safety Agency (Uganda). He is a successful businessman who is also Chairman, Uganda Diaspora Agency, United Kingdom.

 

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Margareth Haynes

Margareth is a business woman with a long history of delivering quality services in the care industry. Margareth successfully ran  a recruitment agency specialising in supported living and care for vulnerable young people . Margareth is a strong leader and a champion for women and girls. For two decades she ran Southwark Black Women’s Centre and remains passionate about building strong communities where women are safe and prosperous.

Alex O’Loughlin, B.A

Alex has over 20 years working in the field of equality, diversity and
inclusion. He has supported public and private sector organisations in establishing best practices. He has worked with various NHS Trusts, House of Commons, JTL Apprenticeship, Homes in Havering (ALMO). He has also delivered consultancy and training to G4S.  Mr. O’Loughlin has and continues to promote the benefits of inclusion an its impact on reputation, relationships and results.