About The Equality Practice
To ensure Equality and Inclusion are at the heart of all community and business activities.
Eventually there won’t be a need for an organisation like ours, as Equality and Inclusion will be fully integrated into all aspects of modern life.
The Equality Practice (TEP), was established in January 2016 by Tracy Todd and Jill Wilson. They were later joined by a local business woman, Iwona Frazczcak, a Polish national, and Business Entrepreneur Thelma Hairwadzi, a Zimbabwean national.
The team are leaders in their field of organisational, personal and professional development, accounting, project design, and project and event management.
The Equality Practice works at grassroots and a strategic level, challenging and championing, informing and guiding, and building confidence and relationships that enable and empower people to participate fully, and to make informed and inclusive decisions that affect all.
The Equality Practice designs and delivers innovative events, training and workshops to encourage the creation of Inclusive Cultures. It manages multi-organisational initiatives, working with businesses, the third sector and local communities.
Director and Co-founder of The Equality Practice, Leader of People/Organisational Development and Project Design and Management. Passionate about working with women to empower and enable fair opportunities for all.
Director and Co-founder of The Equality Practice, Project Designer, Leader and Influencer in the Design and Management of Equity and Inclusion & Cultural Intelligence Strategy.
Director and local business woman, specialising in Accounting and Payroll.
Director, Equality and Inclusion (EDI) Specialist, Business Manager, EDI Strategist, People and Organisational Behaviour and Management, Events Manager and Project Fundraiser.
The Steering Group
Ambily Sebastian Mathews
Leyla Amir Robinson
The Equality Practice works with many people from a range of diverse backgrounds. Much of its work is guided and influenced by the needs and wants of businesses and our community members.
The steering group meets monthly to discuss progress, new and emerging issues and ideas, monitor impact and introduce new members.
If you feel you would like to know more, and possibly volunteer to be a member of the Steering group, please contact us.
Partners and funders
Partnering with other organisations is a core part of our activities. Through Inclusion and collective working, we become more that the sum of our parts.
The work we do is enabled by a number of funding organisations and business commissions. We acknowledge some of these below with pride and thanks.