The CIPD Festival of Work - updated 27 March 2020

In light of restrictions on events due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), the CIPD and Haymarket Media Group (who deliver events on behalf of the CIPD) are exploring all the available options, with regards to this event.

We appreciate this is a difficult time for all. Our intention is to offer you support and keep you updated on the event’s position during these unprecedented times, whilst we continue to work to deliver the best event experience for you.

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Helen Moulinos

SpecialityDirector of Change Delivery, Marie Curie

Helen Moulinos is the Interim Director of Change Delivery at Marie Curie, one of Britain’s largest Charities and an established leader in Social Care. Prior to this Helen was the Interim Chief Operating Officer of Stonewall Europe’s largest LGBT+ Human Rights organisation in Europe. Over a 25 year career, Helen has held senior Operations, Change and Transformation positions the Charity Sector for Age UK, Alzheimer’s Society and The Children’s Society and the private sector for Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Lloyds Banking Group and HSBC focused on multi-faceted complex change resulting from Strategy Development, Restructuring, Joint Ventures, Consortiums, Partnerships, Mergers and Acquisitions and Outsourcing Change.

Helen is an innovative commercial development professional with international Private and Third Sector experience of transforming institutions through strategy, cultural change, investment and partnership projects. Highly motivated and driven by a passion to deliver sustainable change to address inequality in society. Helen has always been an active human rights advocate, believing in the power of an individual’s diversity. She has advocated for change in HIV/AIDS community, LGBT+ Rights, Mental Health and acted as a coach and pro bono consultant Civil Society leaders.  For 29 years, Helen has actively advocated for Sexual Health and Mental Health reform in New York and London and is an active Civil Society Board Trustee and Volunteer. 

Helen holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Studies from Hofstra University and Masters of Science degree in Finance from Baruch City University of New York. In 2019, Helen received the Freedom of the City of London in recognition of her Change work in British society and her contribution to the Management Consulting profession.  Originally from New York, London has been Helen’s home for the last 18 years.

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by Helen Moulinos