Trans in the City is an open collaboration between over 60 companies and organisations to actively share knowledge, guidance and information to help each other raise awareness and acceptance about all facets of the trans spectrum whether transgender, non-binary or alternate gender expression.
Bobbi is a consultant senior project manager and incredibly active in the transgender awareness space. As the award winning Co-Chair of BP Pride’s Transgender Group she has been instrumental in changing BP’s level of transgender awareness globally. In addition to founding the multi-company transgender collaboration “Trans in the City” she provides free consultancy and training for schools and other organisations through Transknowledge.co.uk.
Bobbi started transitioning at the end of 2017 and came out in the workplace shortly afterwards - she identifies as transgender, her pronouns being She and Her.
Bobbi sings and is the bass guitarist in a very busy functions band. She is married with two amazing children.
Freddie was born in France and emigrated to the UK when she was 18. She is a Senior Personal Assistant to the Chief Information Security Officer at BP and a staunch LGBT+ Ally. Freddie plays a pivotal role in BP’s LGBT+ organisation, BP Pride; she is on the BP Pride Steering Committee and co-chair of the Transgender Working Group organising BP’s transgender awareness campaign, internally and externally. She plays a key role in BP’s Allies programme, she is pivotal in BP’s WEI submissions, London Pride activities and has organised the global adoption and roll out of BP Pride’s Rainbow Lanyard scheme.
Freddie is a keen badminton player and shares her time between Vendée, south of Brittany, where her family and partner live, and Hampshire with her teenage son.
Brian joined PwC three years ago as a Partner and leads a team of Global Mobility tax specialists in The Midlands.
He devotes a significant amount of time, both professionally and personally, to be the Lead Partner Sponsor for SHINE, PwC’s LGBT+ network, which has over 1,000+ LGBT+ members and allies in the UK. He uses his influence to ensure that diversity and inclusion is a strategic business priority enabling individuals, of any background, gender or gender fluidity, or sexuality to be themselves in the workplace.
Brian helps set the tone as to how PwC LGBT+ employees are represented within the business and in the wider community. He is a proud and openly gay role model in the partnership and mentor to many in SHINE and outside of PwC.