Nina Munday, Chief Executive

Nina has over 25 years’ experience of working in the equality sector in the UK.  Throughout her career she held senior executive positions in many strategic organisations. Most recently, Nina was the Diversity and Inclusion Consultant for Singapore Disabled People’s Association for two years and Director of Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council for eight years.

Elric Honoré, Corporate Officer

Elric is currently acting as Equality Pathfinder Officer for a 6-month project with Sky Dunfermline, funded by the Workplace Equality Fund. Elric is a Scot-Mauritian who has been volunteering and working in the third sector for over 20 years. His interests and experience include developing and delivering training inclusive playwork, youth work and outdoor education; mental and sexual health, citizenship and empowerment. He has carried out research for community groups, ScotCen, Centre for Public Services Research and the Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy. Elric is committed to social and environmental justice and is working to open up government and increase access to equality data.

Pat Greenhough, Operational Officer

Pat has worked mainly in the voluntary sector since leaving university. She began working with the homeless in Perth, then moved to the Scottish Drugs Forum (SDF). Within SDF her roles varied, initially as service user/carer development officer then being promoted to Head of Community Engagement and then North Regional Manager. After SDF Pat took a break from the voluntary sector and worked in the oil and gas industry for a couple of years as a crane operator/banksman slinger. On returning to the voluntary sector Pat worked as part of the Reshaping Care for Older People’s team in Dundee. Pat has always had an interest in equalities and enjoys working in Fife and with people who want to make things better and create a more inclusive society.

Sarah Hutchinson, Corporate Assistant

Sarah has worked for many years in various offices since leaving school.  Sarah then decided to take a career break to raise her child.  On returning from her career break she was offered and accepted work here at Fife Centre for Equalities as a volunteer where she was able to up date her skills and learn about some of the different work we carry out here.  She now works here part time and continues to learn and enjoy the work we do here.

Lewis Bainbridge, Operational Assistant

Lewis has completed his Modern Apprenticeship in Digital Marketing. Prior to joining us he attended Acuhmuty High School, where he played a role in the senior House Captains group. After leaving school he was accepted into Robert Gordon University to study Architectural Technology, however realised after his first year that the course wasn’t for him and that he should follow his interests, of engaging and communicating with people through a number of different methods.

Saira Chaudhry, Operational Assistant

Saira has worked in various educational settings and family centres for over 14 years. Now she is looking to expand her knowledge and work where she can transfer her skills and experiences. She has always been an active member of the community at a smaller scale which she really enjoys. She would like to learn more in the equality sector and offers her help to the community.  She is pleased to be given an this opportunity By Fife Centre for Equalities to work Minority Ethnic Older people project and she is looking forward to make a difference in older people’s lives.

Damian Hoggan-Radu, Operational Assistant

Damian is part of the team running the Minority Ethnic Older People Project. His involvement in the equality sector started last year, as a volunteer and board member for Central Scotland Regional Equality Council. After completing his postgraduate course in law, he started volunteering for FCE as a case worker. Damian is committed to equality and the empowerment of minority groups.

Lisa McDonald, Operational Assistant

Lisa went back to college 5 years ago, to gain qualifications in helping her get back into work. During her time at Fife College she was a Disability Officer within the FCSA, where she got involved with events through the college. It was here that Lisa felt that working in the third sector interested her more as a route after leaving college. Got involved with the FCE after seeing an advert for a volunteer needed for the Different Paths project last year. She now works here and enjoys the work and continuously learning each step of the way.

Ruby Ng, Operational Assistant

Ruby joined Fife Centre For Equalities as Operational Assistant in July 2020 and has 20 years of work experience with minority ethnic older people to provide support and assistance on language, benefit and emotional support. Before joining FCE, Ruby completed a second degree in psychology and sociology in social policy, she started working as an engagement worker.