Baltimore Consulting team up with Diversifying Agencies

Big-hearted Bristol based recruitment business, Baltimore Consulting, have joined Diversifying Agencies; a purpose-led careers platform for people to find jobs through inclusive recruiters, and for recruitment agencies who are serious about diversity and inclusion to showcase their roles to a diverse community.

Baltimore Consulting value the opinions of all our staff, and they make decisions based on a unified voice through our internal People & Community Forum. Within this, they have dedicated champions of mental health, Diversity, Equality and Inclusion, Charity, Community and Culture and Work Environment. Internally, they have been trained in Neurodiversity, Menopause, and inclusive recruiting – they don’t claim to be the best, but they continually seek to improve.

Their work is integral. They work within vulnerable subject areas such as SEN, mental health and safeguarding vulnerable adults & children throughout the public sector.

On teaming up with Diversifying Agencies, Baltimore Consulting are providing inclusive recruitment consultants that understand the value in providing people from diverse backgrounds equal access to the workplace and helping to reduce self-disqualification and imposter syndrome.

CEO of Baltimore Consulting, Charmaine Vincent, states:

“At Baltimore Consulting, recruiting experts that make a difference to people’s lives within the community is our DNA, it’s what we do.

We’re incredibly excited to have the opportunity to team up with Diversifying Agencies to help provide opportunities to job seekers from diverse backgrounds and celebrate differences. Matching exceptional candidates with clients based not only on skillset, experience, but on value add as well, sits at the core of what we do, and providing equity in the form of access to work is incredibly important to us.”

Community involvement is incredibly important to Baltimore Consulting and a vital part of the company’s business model; their intention is clear – they make a difference to people’s lives within their community, and they do this through giving back and supporting those who need it.

As a growing business within the South West, they have the power to positively impact the community in which they operate.

Baltimore Consulting’s recent work within the local community includes their Wick Primary School partnership in supporting them across a range of initiatives. From providing them with vital books for their school library on ED&I, through to building a “safe haven” for vulnerable children within the setting to assist with increasing SEN cases and financial pressures.


Lauren Cox

Head of Marketing