Dame Fiona Woolf DBE DL

Dame Fiona Woolf was for many years an energy lawyer with CMS Cameron McKenna.

Dame Fiona Woolf DBE was the Lord Mayor of London for the year 2013/14 as the 686th Lord Mayor, and only the second woman to hold the role since 1189. Her programmes, set out in her 686 Plan, covered  The Lord Mayor's Appeal, The Power of Diversity, The Lord Mayor's Charity Leadership Programme and Tomorrow's City. All of them had "The Energy to Transform Lives"- her Mayoral strapline.

Having initiated the Power of Diversity Programme ( still running as The Power of Inclusion), she remains committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in all its forms
(see www.thepowerofdiversity,com).

She is also very interested in furthering a more sustainable economy following her Tomorrow's City programme. 

She was awarded a DBE in the 2015 New Year Honours for services to the Legal Profession, Diversity and the City of London. She became  a Deputy Lieutenant for Greater London  in April 2016. She retired as an Alderman in June 2018 and from CMS in April 2019.