Sigrid Fisher

Consulting Fellow

Sigrid Fisher is an expert in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and organisational culture. With over 20 years’ professional experience in complex organisations across different sectors, Sigrid has a proven track record developing and delivering pragmatic best practice and successful strategic change. Sigrid’s previous in-house roles include 10 years as Head of Equality & Diversity at the University of Cambridge and the EDI lead at London School of Economics and Cambridge City Council. Since then she has been commissioned for a number of EDI consultancy and training projects and has worked with a wide range of organisations large and small across the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Sigrid produced the pioneering publication The Meaning of Success which explored the experiences of women in academia. She was creative lead for Cambridge University’s successful Breaking the Silence campaign against sexual harassment and LSE’s consent campaign, Making a Choice. Sigrid worked in collaboration with Jude Kelly OBE and Southbank London to bring the global Women of the World project to Cambridge, acting as Executive Producer for three WOW Cambridge programmes.

Sigrid’s academic training is in the fine arts and she continues to follow her passion for all things cultural and artistic. When time allows, she exhibits her own work in Cambridge Open Studios. A Glastonbury fan since her first visit there in 2000, Sigrid loves live outdoor music and has helped out as a Festival Steward for Oxfam for the last few years.

She is an expert in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and organisational culture. With over 20 years’ professional experience in complex organisations across different sectors, Sigrid has a proven track record developing and delivering pragmatic best practice and successful strategic change. Sigrid’s previous in-house roles include 10 years as Head of Equality & Diversity at the University of Cambridge and the EDI lead at London School of Economics and Cambridge City Council. Since then she has been commissioned for a number of EDI consultancy and training projects and has worked with a wide range of organisations large and small across the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Sigrid produced the pioneering publication The Meaning of Success which explored the experiences of women in academia. She was creative lead for Cambridge University’s successful Breaking the Silence campaign against sexual harassment and LSE’s consent campaign, Making a Choice. Sigrid worked in collaboration with Jude Kelly OBE and Southbank London to bring the global Women of the World project to Cambridge, acting as Executive Producer for three WOW Cambridge programmes.

Sigrid’s academic training is in the fine arts and she continues to follow her passion for all things cultural and artistic. When time allows, she exhibits her own work in Cambridge Open Studios. A Glastonbury fan since her first visit there in 2000, Sigrid loves live outdoor music and has helped out as a Festival Steward for Oxfam for the last few years.