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North East Diversity Forum

Join us at our North East Diversity Forum as we discuss intersectionality and its role in creating authentically inclusive workplaces


Tuesday 12th July 2022, 10:00am – 12:00pm


Systra Office,

Meridian House, The Crescent, York

YO24 1AW

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Jenny Hinde – Executive Director, the Clear Company

Jenny has more than 20 years’ experience as an HR Director, her most recent role as an HR Director of Amey saw her lead a successful Diversity and Inclusion agenda in the construction and engineering sector for 10 years. With a pan-diversity approach Jenny is highly experienced in defining the business case, setting the strategic direction and implementing robust solutions to diversity challenges.  At the Clear Company she works closely with clients such as Network Rail, United Utilities and Highways England a

Dr Alice

Dr Alice siberry – Neurodiversity Consultant, Creased Puddle

Dr. Alice currently works for Creased Puddle as a Neurodiversity Consultant within the Criminal Justice Team. She has received PhD in Criminology from the University of Sheffield in July 2021 and was awarded the N8 Policing Research Studentship at the University of Sheffield to complete her doctoral research investigating neurodiversity in policing and partnership working.
Dr. Alice got a First Class Honours (BA Hons) degree in Counselling, Coaching and Mentoring from York St John University and hold an MSc Psychology (conversion) degree from Leeds Beckett University. She has been recognised for her skills in research, in particular being awarded the Women in Science and Engineering scholarship to study my MSc.

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