Fife Centre for Equalities

Building a collective voice to champion equality, diversity, inclusion and social justice.

Staff

Nina Munday, Manager

Nina has over 20 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.

Barbara Bianchi, Administration and Finance Officer

Barbara is Italian, but has chosen Scotland as her home. She has worked as an administrator for many years in Italy and later in Scotland, including for the University of Edinburgh and the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland. Barbara is also an experienced teacher of English as a Foreign Language (ESOL) and of Italian. She is passionate about recognising the value of people’s differences and promoting inclusion.

Leona Dodds, Sessional Worker

Leona has recently come into post as a sessional worker for Fife Centre for Equalities and will be supporting the management in the planning and running of events. As well as working for Fife Centre for Equalities, she also works for Enable Scotland’s ‘We Can All Do it’ project as a forum theatre assistant where she write scripts to inform people of the daily struggles that people are having and just how easy they are to solve if listened to. Leona believes that both these positions allow her to make a contribution to the community that she lives in.

Leah Ganley, Communications and Information Officer

Leah studied law after moving from the Highlands to Dundee. Since the completion of her degree she has worked in media and communications for the public, private and now third sector. She is passionate about ending poverty and inequality while promoting social justice.

Pat Greenhough, Engagement 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.

Elric Honoré, Development Officer

Elric, who was born in Mauritius, has been volunteering and working in the third sector for over 20 years. His interests and work experiences in Scotland include developing and delivering training in playwork, youth work, outdoor education, mental and sexual health, citizenship and empowerment. He has also carried out research with ScotCen, the Centre for Public Services Research and the Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy. Elric is committed to social and environmental justice and social research promoting equality.