Kasia Zduniak was born in Warsaw, Poland and got her law degree at the Warsaw University. She continued her legal education in Scotland and achieved LLM Diploma in Construction Law and Arbitration at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. She is also an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Kasia has experience working both in public and private sector and creating inclusion and diversity strategies. Her motto is that ‘Inclusion is not a zero-sum game – nobody has to be excluded in order for somebody else to be included’. In August 2019 she moved to Aegon UK, where she became the first person to hold the Inclusion and Diversity Manager position. Kasia’s role is to move the I&D Programme to the next level by creating the I&D vision and strategy that allows Aegon UK to map their journey and measure progress. She has introduced a number of initiatives that help to embed inclusion and diversity in the organisation’s culture.
Kasia chose Scotland as her new home and is committed to positively contributing to the local community, where she is raising two kids. She believe that everyone deserves to be heard, respected and supported to be fully themselves. Working with vulnerable young people means that Kasia can influence the change in social inequality and level the playing field to allow for future generations to live in a more inclusive and accessible world.