Lee, the University's new Head of Equal Opportunities and Staff Welfare, took
up her post in May 2002.
Lee brings to the post many years of work in the field of equality policy,
planning and development. Using her experience and expertise, she hopes to
push forward the University's equality and diversity agenda for change.
main goal is to ensure that equality and diversity issues are addressed at
every level within and throughout the University's activities as an employer
and provider of educational services.
to taking up this post, Glenda worked for six years as a self-employed
equality consultant/trainer, providing advice and training for organisations
in the public, private and community sectors.
has also held a variety of equality advisory and training posts for
Nottinghamshire County Council, Coventry and Leicester City Council.
Glenda lives locally and plays an active part in Leicester's annual
Caribbean Carnival and developments in the local black community. Her other
interests include classical music, opera and singing.
Last updated: 16 August 2002 17:00
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