Committee members

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." jd465@le.ac.uk
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." ac824@student.le.ac.uk
Dr Dylan Kerrigan Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Lecturer in Criminology
“I joined to learn and be part of a progressive group of thinkers who understand inclusion, everyday ableism and discrimination, and what we can do to improve university life” dk252@le.ac.uk
Tasha Krywald Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Criminology Student "As a Disabled student who has faced a lot of accessibility barriers throughout my degree, I joined the committee to improve our schools access and inclusion for future Disabled students and staff" nak16@student.le.ac.uk
Beth Marshall Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Memberand Criminology Student "Having student voices within the university is crucial, we have to look out for each other. I am doing this for the next person who needs help." bm286@student.le.ac.uk
Dr Isla Masson Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Lecturer in Criminology "Disability takes so many forms, some less visible than others, and I feel it is so important to consider how we can ensure that everyone is included." imm17@leicester.ac.uk
Lois Mayor Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Criminology Student "As a disabled studentI joined the disability and inclusion committee as a way to help learn about and impove the accessibility within the criminology department." lm450@student.le.ac.uk
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." lan11@le.ac.uk
Dr Lucy Neville Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Member and Lecturer in Criminology ln105@le.ac.uk
Stephanie Orswell Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Memberand 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" sko11@le.ac.uk
Jodie Searson Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Memberand 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." jls70@student.le.ac.uk
Samreet Thandi Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Memberand 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." st496@student.le.ac.uk
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."

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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." drw25@le.ac.uk
Phoebe Wood Disability and 'Inclusion' Committee Memberand 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.” pw190@student.le.ac.uk