Elijah Lawal is a communications and public affairs manager at Google, covering corporate issues. He’s responsible for communicating to Google’s audience across: everyday users, influencers, regulators and customers how Google is helpful through the products and the services that it provides.
He is also passionate about diversity & inclusion, especially getting more diverse individuals into creative industries. He is an author, having penned ‘The Clapback’, a definitive guide to calling out racial stereotypes.
He is a also a board member of Creative Access, an organisation aimed at helping young people from black, Asian and other non-white minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, as well as those with a lower socioeconomic status to secure both jobs and paid training opportunities in creative companies.