Asad Dhunna is the founder of The Unmistakables – an award-winning consultancy specialising in diversity. Nominated as a marketing industry change maker, he regularly comments and speaks on issues relating to diversity, inclusion and creating more equal organisations.
Asad has spoken at Cannes Lions, the IDEA Summit in Toronto and at talks for the likes of Diageo, Boston University and Paddy Power. He has contributed to Newsweek, the Guardian, Huffington Post and Independent and has appeared on BBC One, BBC Radio 4, 5 Live, Asian Network, Unilad and Sky News.
Asad was previously the Director of Communications for Pride in London in a voluntary capacity and has held senior positions at two of the biggest communications agencies: Weber Shandwick and FleishmanHillard where he led work for Netflix, HSBC, Microsoft, Expedia and Freeview. He is currently a trustee for akt, the UK’s leading LGBT homelessness charity.
Asad holds a First Class Honours from the University of Warwick and is fluent in German – his first work placement was at the Financial Times Deutschland, where ran a blog about language and what it was like being a British Indian in Germany.