Accredited by The British Psychological Society, Mamta Saha has earned her stellar track record as a Facilitator, Executive coach and DEI Learning and Development expert and independent consultant over 20 years, she’s worked in multiple global matrix – commercially focused businesses, academia, and bespoke consultancies, where she gained her wealth of experience leading cutting-edge learning and development strategy and company-wide implementation.
Mamta holds a bachelor’s and Master of Science in Occupational Psychology with further postgraduate qualifications in coaching and psychometric testing. Her value orientated work has had her take the stage in front of international audiences at The Hague and the 2020 Dubai Expo, she is also a double TEDx speaker.
Her craft and projects have centred on creating and raising consciousness on an individuals, cultural and climatic level. Mamta harnesses inclusivity, including gender, ethnicity and race, nationality, age, disabilities, sexual orientation, transgender, religion and belief, and micro inequities. Mamta has the ability to address any behavior gaps in order to enhance self-awareness’, effectiveness and productivity.
A brief insight of her clients include Tesco, Accenture, KPMG, L’Oreal, Aviva, Sport England, Blackstone, Sony, Bupa, Coca-Cola, Lucozade Ribena Suntory, China Investment Corporation, Logicor, Lloyd’s of London, State Street Bank, The Malala Fund, The Jumeirah Group, EY Foundation, The Royal Opera House, Middlesex, and Brunel University. She has also worked with the KHDA, International Private Schools Group and St Mary’s School.
Mamta creates bespoke projects that are fully customised to you’re institutes culture, values, industry sector and local, national, and international geographies. The ultimate goal for each business has been to raise awareness, attract, retain and develop the best talent and leverage the benefits of diversity and inclusion for the benefit of business.
Mamta has sat on the Logicor DEI council for 5 years as an external consultant providing DEI consultancy, strategy and bespoke workshops across their UK and European offices. Mamta also provides strategic consultancy to the EMEA and Talent Director at Dentsu – having recently shaped and created their Global Playbook and Strategy.
Mamta is also a regular media psychologist having been featured on Sky News, The BBC, GB News, and in Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, The Guardian and The Metro.