|Name||Role||Why committee members joined||Contact|
|Dr Jo Murphy||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Chair and Lecturer in Criminology||"Having a hidden disability myself, I wanted to join the committee so that i could help make a difference for students and staff within the School of Criminology."||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ola Bujak||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Programme Administrator||"I believe it’s really important to make academia a more diverse and inclusive environment representing everybody, including those with both visible and non-visible disabilities."
|Anmol Chana||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Criminology Student
||"To talk and feel comfortable around a group of people who understand you and listen to your ideas and voice."||email@example.com
|Nadine Latham||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Criminology Student||I joined the committee to educate myself on the experiences of individuals and highlight and improve the challenges that students and staff face within the firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Laura Nevay||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and School Administrator||"I joined the committee to help students have the best University experience possible and to highlight what support the School and University offer."||email@example.com|
|Dr Lucy Neville||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Lecturer in Criminology||I joined the committee because I am passionate about making academia an accessible and inclusive place for firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Stephanie Orswell||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and PhD Student||"I joined the committee because it's relevant to me, as someone who has an invisible disability, and my research involving people with learning difficulties and disabilities"||email@example.com|
|Dr Jess Ritchie||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Lecturer in Criminologyfirstname.lastname@example.org
|Jodie Searson||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Criminology Student||"I am hoping by using my own personal experiences with a hidden or ‘invisible’ disability, I will be able to help future and present students feel more confident and positive while studying at university."||email@example.com|
|Samreet Thandi||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Criminology Student||"I decided to join the committee to learn more about the challenges that people face in regards to disability, accessibility and inclusion at the School of Criminology and wider university."||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Emily Wertans||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and PhD Student||
"Without representation of all voices, meaningful progress will always be limited. University can feel daunting for disabled students, however our Committee strives for change, addresses support needs and serves as a reminder that disability has a place in Criminology and Leicester."
|Dr David Wilkin||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Honorary Fellow||"Thanks to exclusion, I was in my twenties when I first discovered how to construct a written sentence."||email@example.com|
|Phoebe Wood||Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Criminology Student||“I joined the committee to ensure that students that suffer from both physical and mental challenges are able to fully enjoy their University experience, guided by the support available.”||firstname.lastname@example.org|