Nicholas Creswell

Nicholas Creswell

Nicholas leads the talent and development agenda for Thomson Reuters enterprise technology and operations: he partners with leaders to deploy, develop and engage diverse talent across this 15,000-strong global team. He has worked at Thomson Reuters since 2009, during which time he has led the enterprise performance and talent management agenda, lead talent for the Financial & Risk business unit, and set up the talent function in the Corporate Technology group. Before Thomson Reuters, Nicholas worked in recruitment at Google, Korn/Ferry and United Biscuits. He has an MBA from London Business School (2005) and BA in Politics & French from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (1995).

Nicholas is based in London, and – having moved 16 times before the age of 16 and lived in four countries by the age of 10 –he’s a champion of change and diversity. He led the set-up of the transformational Leadhership1 development program at Thomson Reuters, and played a key role in developing Thomson Reuters early connections with Grace Hopper. For four years, he chaired the Thomson Reuters UK Pride at Work network for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees and allies. Nicholas featured in the Financial Times 2014 and 2015 lists of Top 100 Out & Proud Global Business Leaders, and in the UKDaily Telegraph 2015 Out at Work Top 50 list of LGBT executives.

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Roe v. Wade Has Been Overturned. You Have Every Right to Be Upset. Here’s how to take action

We at AnitaB.org, are disheartened and dismayed by the United States Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, a landmark ruling that enabled the right of an abortion to people around the nation. AnitaB.org brings together allies and champions across every sector to advance intersectional gender equity in technology. The technologists we support are also people impacted by targeted oppressive and unjust laws including laws that restrict reproductive rights. Not only do we empower technologists through our year-long programming but, we also advocate for better systemic solutions for the workforce and for their humanity. 

In response to the Supreme Court ruling, we are joining to elevate the calls to action of our social justice colleagues and community partners. 

If you feel called to do something today or in the next coming days, here are some action steps:  

  • Support and donate to Repro Legal Defense Fund, which is a national organization that covers bail and funds strong defense for people who are investigated, arrested, or prosecuted for abortion. Because no one should be behind bars for ending their pregnancy or helping someone else do so.
  • Support and donate to Plan C, an educational resource for learning about how people in the US access abortion pills.
  • Support and donate to your local Planned Parenthood, independent abortion clinics, and abortion funds.
  • Go to the streets and join a protest near you. Most protests are happening today at 5 PM at the federal courthouses or state capitols.

AnitaB.org is also launching a political advocacy series, Power to the People, with our first event on July 20th. The first event of this series, Power to People: Abortion Rights and Digital Privacy, will elevate the voices of abortion advocates and the risks emerging with digital rights and privacy. This event will empower you to take additional action regarding abortion rights and data privacy. Stay tuned for more information about this upcoming event. 

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