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enei Associates

Debbie Rotchell, Associate Consultant

Photo of DebbieDebbie has been involved with enei (formally The Employers Forum on Age) since 2010. During this time she led strategic projects, including the change of scope from EFA to enei, project managed member-led research and developed best practice diversity and inclusion approaches and documents.

Debbie has extensive HR experience in fast paced commercial environments demonstrating the value of good people management to business success.

Previously as Group HR Director at Craegmoor, Debbie realigned HR practices to drive down staff attrition, resulting in more efficient working and improvements to service. Prior to this, she worked in various HR roles at Marks & Spencer Plc.

Alison Broomfield, Associate Consultant

Alison Broomfield has been an Associate Consultant for enei since January 2011. She manages the Gender portfolio together with Young People in Employment and Equal Pay and is responsible for the publication of case studies. Alison works with the Government’s Equality Office, the Equality and Human Rights Commission and has supported most employer-led diversity networks. She was invited as a member of the CIPD’s Senior Diversity Network and the CBI’s Equal Opportunities Forum. Alison is an HR professional with experience in Shell’s oil, shipping, chemicals and facilities management businesses and with DAC Beachcroft in NHS Trusts and the finance and fast food sectors. 

Catherine Grinyer, Associate ConsultantCatherines Photo

Catherine is the Director and owner of Big Voice Communications, a specialist inclusive communications consultancy.

As Chair of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Diversity Working Group and as a member of the Public Relations Consultants Association Diversity Network, Catherine is a champion for removing barriers and widening access to the communications profession.

Previously Catherine was Director of Communications at Business Disability Forum for 7 years, leading an award-winning rebrand in 2012. She has also been chief executive of Networking for Industry and commercial attaché at the German Embassy in London.

Pete Jones, Associate Consultant

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Dr Pete Jones is a Chartered Psychologist, Chartered Scientist and psychometrician. He is widely regarded as the United Kingdom's leading practitioner expert in the application of the models and concepts of unconscious bias and stereotype threats at work. He has presented numerous conference papers and workshops, both nationally and internationally, on measuring and reducing unconscious bias in the workplace. 

Farrah Qureshi, Associate Consultant

Photo of FarrahFarrah Qureshi is a specialist facilitator with an expertise in diversity, engagement, organisational culture and policy development.  Farrah Qureshi has extensive experience with the policy context as well as a trainer and facilitator. She is recognised as an expert on delivering Leadership Training on Unconscious Bias and Inclusive leadership. Farrah Qureshi has successfully designed, delivered, managed and resourced a variety of leading edge Inclusion and Unconscious Bias learning and consultancy interventions for a variety of clients. 

Natasha Landers, Associate Consultant

Photo of Natasha LandersNatasha Landers is the Director of Natasha Landers Ltd.  She is a diversity, inclusion and change management specialist, with over 20 years experience of working in the private, public and not for profit sector across the UK. She specialises in designing and delivering inclusive leadership programmes, unconscious bias and recruitment and selection. Natasha also coaches executives who have responsibility for diversity and inclusion.

Natasha has worked with a diverse range of audiences including board members, senior management and frontline services. Some of Natasha’s client portfolio includes The Law Society Group, Linklaters LLP, Network Rail, BP and JLT Insurance Group.

Bela Gor, Associate Consultant

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Bela is one of the leading experts on disability discrimination law. In her former role as the first dedicated disability discrimination solicitor at the Disability Law Service she took some of the first cases under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (now replaced by the Equality Act 2010) which helped to clarify the then new legislation. 

Bela is the part-time Legal Director at the Business Disability Forum (BDF) and has contributed to television and radio broadcasts including BBC News 24, The Politics Show and BBC Radio 4's You & Yours programme and All in the Mind. She also contributes regularly to articles for national and trade press.

Bela is now based primarily in Edinburgh where she is a member of the Management Committee of the Scottish Discrimination Law Association (SDLA).

Diane Brown, Associate Consultant

Photo of Diane BrownDiane is an accomplished strategist, and an analytical, methodical and approachable leader.  She has extensive business, HR, operations and research expertise at a Board and at a practical level across all sectors. She specialises in challenging strategic and practical projects for equality, diversity, policy and change management. Passionate about fairness and respect, she has strong empathy and communication skills with ability to influence and inform decisions from Employee Relations to Board level. Diane builds on collaboration and trust, providing constructive feedback, training, mentoring, or coaching. She is often selected for high level investigations, judges Personnel Today Diversity Awards and is a CIPD Senior Diversity Network member.

Pam Farmer, Associate Consultant

Pam FarmerPam Farmer, a Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development, has more than 25 year experience in organisational development and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. She has worked in the public, private and not for profit sectors developing, designing and delivering a wide range of interventions.   She is also an expert in addressing workplace bullying and harassment and is a member of the International Association of Workplace Bullying and Harassment.  She is an occasional speaker at Nottingham University Business School’s International Centre for Corporate Responsibility.

Associates and Partners

In addition to the above enei employs a range of expert equality and inclusion professionals and partner organisations to support our projects and programmes.