JMJ Associate Master Consultant, Gill Kernick, works with senior executives in high hazard industries to develop the culture and leadership to prevent catastrophic events. Author of ‘Catastrophe and Systemic Change: Learning from the Grenfell Tower Fire and Other Disasters’, she lived on the 21st floor of Grenfell from 2011 to 2014 and seven of her former neighbours died in the fire. Campaigning for learning and change, Gill writes and speaks to bring the thinking of major accident prevention to preventing disasters. She edits a blog, “The Grenfell Enquirer” dedicated to creating new dialogues. In 2020, she was voted as one of the most influential people in Health and Safety in the UK.