Future Cities Series: Seasonal Drinks!

13th December | 5pm - 8pm | Bristol

Come and celebrate diversity, inclusion and ESG at this seasonal evening event with a focus on networking and drinks!

TLT, 1 Redcliff Street, Bristol, BS1 6TP 

Free to Future Leap members, open to all

Future Cities Series Seasonal Drinks

Welcome to Part Three of the Future Cities Series in collaboration with TLT!


Come and celebrate diversity, inclusion and ESG at this seasonal evening event with a focus on networking and drinks.


With themes surrounding social value, technology, biodiversity and wellbeing, we will look back over the past few months and look forward to the year ahead.


Expect sustainably sourced and delicious canapes and drinks on arrival and throughout the event.


Expect a 4-part series between September-January discussing essential trends that play a part in the city of the future.



5pm-6pm: Arrival, Networking and Drinks

6pm – 6:05pm: TLT Welcome

6:05pm – 6:10pm: Future Leap Introduction

6:10pm – 6:20pm: Naomi Stone, Employee Engagement Manager, St Monica Trust

6:20pm – 6:30pm: Rosina Al-Shaater, Environmental Community Engagement Officer, Black and Green Ambassadors

6:30pm – 6:40pm: Tobin Murphy-Coles, CEO, Amba People

6:40pm – 6:55pm: Mini Q&A

6:55pm – 7pm: Close

7pm – 8pm: Continuing Networking and Drinks

Meet The Speakers!

Naomi Stone, Reward and Engagement Manager, St Monica Trust

With over twenty years’ experience as a Human Resources practitioner, Naomi’s ethos is to apply psychological evidence to engage and motivate teams and individuals at work. Using the principles of positive psychology, Naomi’s work elicits behavioural change and aims to improve people’s working lives.

Naomi’s specialism is biophilia (the human-nature connection) relating to well-being at work and workplace cultures. Her post-graduate studies tell us that our innate connection with nature can help us to address the mismatch between the way we need to live and work as human beings and the reality. Naomi’s career spans the legal, charity, logistics and academic sectors.

Rosina Al-Shaater, Environmental Community Engagement Officer, Black and Green Ambassadors

Rosina is exploring the relationships that black and brown people in Bristol have with nature, using a multimedia storytelling approach to document, celebrate and share the ways people incorporate nature into their life and how this contributes to their health and wellbeing. Rosina is capturing stories, wisdom, skills and experiences centred around nature from all generations and cultures. She has particularly been working with the Windrush Generation. With this project she aims to decolonise nature and the wider environmental movement by increasing representation and helping black and brown people recognise the ‘expert’ in themselves and each other. Through this, she hopes to also increase access to knowledge around working nature and provide a route for more black and brown people to engage in the wider environmental movement.

Tobin Murphy-Coles, CEO, Amba People

Tobin has a significant presence in the workplace technology industry, and is currently CEO at Amba; an ESG employee benefits provider proudly pending B Corp accreditation.
Since studying Environmental Science (BSC), Tobin has co-founded wellbeing tech app Earthmiles, been an Investor, Consultant and Adviser at Net Zero pension provider Cushon, sat on the board at Green Transformation Bristol alongside tenure at AON, Jelf and Lorica.
Amba’s proprietary platform, Lumina, empowers employers to offer ESG employee benefits to staff – tackling Scope 3 in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. The quickest wins and biggest impact in this area often comes from pensions and investments, by ensuring these funds are sustainable and environmentally friendly.

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Opportunities, Suggestions and Conditions

It is important we look after each other and keep safe. Please do not attend if you have any covid symptoms or are having to self isolate. 

We will share your name, job title & company with the other event attendees for this event only. If you don’t want this information to be shared please let us know when you have purchased your ticket.

We take photos at our events for marketing purposes, if you don’t want your picture taken please let us know in advance.

We record some of our events for marketing purposes, if you don’t want to be in the recording please let us know in advance.

We have included a £1 carbon offsetting fee to all event tickets in our commitment to being carbon neutral in our operations. You can find out about our chosen charity on our website.

Please let us know at least one week in advance if you require closed captions or have any other accessibility needs.

If you require a complimentary carers/assistant ticket, please email events@futureleap.co.uk at least one week in advance and we will be happy to support you!

Agenda and speaker changes sometimes happen out of our control. We reserve the right to make these changes at any time.

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Kindly Sponsored By TLT LLP


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