Middlesex Cricket is dedicated to being a Club that reflects the broad diversity of the many communities and cultures that make the county of Middlesex what it is today.
From Tower Hamlets and Hackney in the East to Haringey and Brent in the North, to Hounslow and Harrow in the West, the county of Middlesex comprises some of the most diverse communities in the United Kingdom, and it is the Club’s firm intention to embed itself at the heart of each and every one of those communities, promoting cricket as a vehicle to bring people together.
The launch of the Club's Diversity and Inclusion Plan reflects our desire to engage with everyone in Middlesex in all communities and your feedback and insight into what could improve your relationship with the Club is crucial in us being able to achieve this.
The aims of our D&I Activation Plan are to:
We would love to hear from you with any feedback you may have as to what we could be doing better, how we can improve our engagement with community members around the county, and how we as a Club can work better with our communities to achieve the above four aims within our Plan.
It would help enormously if you could take a moment to answer the few short questions we have included in the following survey. Your answers will be completely anonymous and we will not be able to attribute your answers to the survey directly to you, so please feel free to speak freely and honestly, as your feedback is a crucial part of helping us to make change.
To complete the anonymous survey, click the link below:
We are already planning a number of exciting community engagement activities within our D&I Activation Plan, when the easing of Covid restrictions allow, and we'd love you, your families and your friends to be involved.
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To see Middlesex Cricket's Diversity and Inclusion Activation Plan in full click the link below:
We caught up with Middlesex D&I Committee member, Jonathan Pierre, at Lord's last week, as the Club launched its Diversity and Inclusion Activation Plan, who talked us through the Activation Plan and how the Club plans to engage with and embrace community members across the Capital and all boroughs within the county.
Jonathan Pierre - Jon is Chief Business Oﬃcer at Mantle Labs, a leading London-based satellite technology start-up. Prior to this, Jon held a number of top commodity trading roles including as a Director at Mercuria Energy Trading, Senior Trader at Hartree Partners and a Vice-President at Citibank. Jon is also currently an advisor to the UK Space Agency and Satellite Applications Catapult. Jon is a passionate fan of all forms of cricket and a ﬁrm believer in the power of cricket to promote social mobility and cohesion. Besides Middlesex, Jon also supports Arsenal FC and is a graduate of Oxford, Cambridge and UCL .