Luke Adebiyi, was listed as #56 in the Future Leaders category in the EMpower Top 100 Ethnic Minority Future Leader Role Models 2020. The annual lists celebrate inspirational people of colour who are not senior in their organisations but making a significant contribution to ethnic minority people at work.
He has also been nominated in this year’s Isle of Man Newspapers Awards For Excellence for the Local Hero category for his work at Capital International as ’wellbeing lead’ for the Isle of Man and South Africa offices. He is also an advisory member for wellbeing consultancy firm, Olywell, founded by double-Olympian hurdler Jack Green.
He also is an advisory board member for the InsideOut Mental Health Charter, a foundation focussing on workplace wellbeing and was short-listed for an award. More recently, he has taken on an ambassador role for Let’s Improve Workplace Wellbeing, a global movement.
He has won numerous accolades recognising his work in ensuring mental health and diversity is prominent in the workplace since 2018 and has spoken at many conferences including Stonewall, the leading LGBTQ+ charity on the topic.