Dickson, risk advisory services director with Ernst & Young has been
appointed to help the firm pursue a ‘progressive diversity agenda’ in Scotland
She has been appointed as leader of diversity and inclusiveness for Scotland
and follows the appointment of
Bothwick earlier this year to head up the firm’s national initiative.
Hywel Ball, Ernst & Young’s managing partner for Scotland, commented:
‘Kristine will be responsible for helping the Scotland practice to realise its
commitment to diversity, building on the wide range of activity that is already
underway across the UK firm, to ensure that Ernst & Young is an organisation
in which everyone can succeed and achieve their full potential.
‘I believe in the importance of maximising talent and building an
organisation where people want to and are proud to work.’
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