An energetic global executive leader and board member, Tamara delivers high growth, profitable businesses with engaged employees by taking a human centric approach, building top performing, diverse, and inclusive teams which enables employees to succeed. With over 20 years of experience in tech and SaaS, Tamara has led sales, GTM, and operational teams for large enterprise and scale up businesses including Virgin Media, Verizon, Hitachi Data Systems, Teradata, Verizon Digital Media, and MCI, and most recently was with Hg Capital’s Portfolio team, delivering value creation initiatives for Hg’s portfolio. Her executive leadership spans global markets and tech industries including telecom, IT services, SaaS, media, and data analytics/AI.
Tamara is a Board Advisor to CSO Connected, a thought leadership forum for Executive revenue leaders, and is also a Non-Executive Director on the board of Wilton & Bain, a boutique Executive an Interim search firm recognized for being a great place to work through awards such as the Special Award for Wellbeing for Small Companies in 2021 and were ranked 41/100 in the UKs 100 Best Small Companies to Work For.
Real. At. Work.
The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Sessions
Real. At. Work. The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Sessions will bring together experts, leading employers and advocates from different sectors of the UK economy to discuss, challenge and shine a light on the significant challenges faced by the workforce of today.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Awards recognising & championing Britain's workplace wellbeing heroes
Launched in partnership by the founders of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and industry experts and Great British Entrepreneur alumni brand Wellity Workplace Wellbeing, this programme shines a spotlight on those positively changing the lives of the Great British workforce. These awards have been launched to recognise and champion the incredible steps taken by many employers, service providers and individuals in response to our global wellbeing crisis.
This year's shortlist included:
Workplace Wellbeing Matters