Clare Pavitt's profile
Clare currently works on projects related to equality and sexual orientation and religion and belief
Clare joined ECU in 2012.
With a career spanning central and local government, the voluntary sector, broadcasting, the police service and higher education, Clare has more than 25 years experience supporting organisations on their equality and diversity journeys.
Prior to joining ECU she worked with York St John University to consolidate their approach to equality, diversity and human rights issues, including developing a new equality analysis process.
As the Diversity Director at Greater Manchester Police she introduced the force's first integrated equality scheme and was instrumental in developing the national equality standard for the police service which enables forces to effectively evaluate their progress on equality and diversity.
She has particular interest in community relations and has worked extensively on issues relating to hate crime and community engagement.
Clare holds a degree in International politics and political studies from University College of Wales, Aberystwyth and an MSc in Gender, society and culture from Birkbeck College.