Imogen Fletcher

Imogen is responsible for delivering Projects and Programmes for HR, Procurement and Services and Solutions areas of Centrica’s business.

Currently these include leading transformation and modernisation in Centrica’s Supply Chain, amongst other things.

Imogen began her Career at Centrica in Information Security, in an area of technology that is not heavily populated by women. She quickly moved on to write Information Security Policy for the group, as well as being responsible for the Security Education initiatives for Centrica; travelling to different sites and delivering awareness and education campaigns supporting Centrica’s Security Strategy. Moving on from this, Imogen then began a role in a new area of Centrica’s business leading the engagement with the government department BEIS and supporting the enduring Smart Meter Roll out, as well as leading the projects and programmes that transformed the existing Centrica smart meter offering. It was from there that she moved to a wider role leading the delivery of Projects and Programmes for Digital and Data systems, Telephony and Networks, and IT Operations at Centrica.

Passionate about Diversity and Inclusion, Imogen is chair of the company’s Diverse-Ability Network. The network celebrates physiological and neurological diversity and abilities amongst colleagues, and provides a safe space to discuss topics around disability and wellbeing. Imogen is also an active member and ally of several other Centrica Networks, including the Centrica Women’s Network and recently Spectrum (Centrica’s LGBTQIA Network), for whom she spoke as part of a Panel for LGBTQIA History Month this year. Imogen was also interviewed as part of Centrica’s Diversity and Inclusion update in a video that is available on

In her spare time, Imogen embraces her creativity as a member of the Windsor and Maidenhead Symphony Orchestra where she leads a section of the violins. She can also be found, on occasion, on stage as principle in Maidenhead Operatic Society’s productions – usually involving singing in a funny costume.

Throughout her career, Imogen has strived to be a role model for other women, including mentoring several female colleagues, and since having a daughter of her own during 2020, Imogen hopes she will be able to instil that passion for inclusion in her daughter too.