Women's Forum  Singapore 2024


Helen Duce

Include Consulting PTE



Helen (She/her/hers) is a recognised expert in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion with a wealth of experience in implementing successful DEI programmes in multinational workplaces She is the founder and CEO of INCLUDE, and has led DEI strategy workshops and training programs across Asia, Europe, and North America with organisations such as Standard Chartered Bank, JLL, Airbnb, CGIAR, World Food Program, IHH, Google Play, Grant Thornton, Credit Suisse, and Facebook. Helen acts as an Executive Consultant for the INSEAD Gender Initiative and is the founder of Lean In Singapore. As an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) from the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and a certified registered management consultant (IMC) she has also been active as an adjunct professor at IE Business School, Madrid, CUHK (Chinese University of Hong Kong), and INSEAD. Helen has a background in strategy, marketing and sustainable business. She started her career with Unilever, where she spent 12 years, before co-founding and running a successful global marketing consultancy that was sold to WPP in 2014. Helen has a 1st Class. Hons BSC in Marketing & Psychology from Lancaster University and an Executive MBA from INSEAD.

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Jun 20, 2024
4:45 PM5:25 PM

Navigating a fairer future of work for all

Feon AngLinkedInManaging Director, APACHelen DuceInclude Consulting PTECEOIan LeeAdecco Group APAC Pte LtdGroup Executive Committee Member; President, Geographic Regions; President, Adecco Asia PacificSun Sun LimSingapore Management UniversityVice President (Partnerships and Engagement)Ulrike WieduwiltRussell Reynolds Associates Singapore Pte LtdManaging Director
Diversity drives creative solutions and has greater potential for innovations that meet different needs and promote gender equality. There are therefore strong economic incentives for companies, who are learning how to transform workplaces to make them more inclusive. How can technology provide them with the tools to address this challenge ?