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Strategic Equality Impact Assessment: Acknowledgements

Advance HE would like to thank staff from the following colleges, universities and other institutions for their involvement in the Equality Impact Assessment (EIA) project.

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  • College Development Network (CDN).

    • Suzanne Marshall – Lead for Curriculum & Teaching
  • Dumfries & Galloway College.
    • Andy Glen - Vice Principal Planning & Performance
    • Susan Livermore – Equality & Diversity Officer
  • Glasgow School of Art.
    • Scott Parsons - Director of Strategy & Marketing
    • Jill Hammond – Head of Student Support & Development
  • Scottish Funding Council (SFC).
    • Fiona Burns - Assistant Director, Outcomes
    • Seamus Spencer – Assistant Director Outcome Agreements
    • Lynn Killick – Senior Policy & Analysis Officer
    • Phillip McGuiness – Policy & Analysis Officer
  • University of Aberdeen.
    • Iain Grant – Head of Strategic Planning
    • Janine Chalmers – Equality & Diversity Adviser
  • University of Edinburgh.
    • Jennifer McGregor - Senior Strategic Planner
    • Katrina Castle - Head of Strategic Partnerships & Transitions
    • Caroline Wallace – Senior Partner, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
    • Neil Speirs – Widening Participation Manager
  • University of Stirling.
    • Tessa Parkes – Dean for Equality & Diversity
    • Gavin Lee - Head of Policy & Planning
  • University of Strathclyde.
    • Annie McLaughlin – Gender Equality Officer
    • Christine Finnigan - Senior Policy Officer, Strategy & Policy
    • Sarah Parry – Senior Policy Officer, Strategy & Policy
  • West College Scotland.
    • Stephanie Graham – Vice Principal Education Leadership
    • Clare Fraser - Equality Diversity and Inclusion Manager
  • West Lothian College
    • George Hotchkiss – Vice Principal Curriculum & Planning
    • Jenny Stalker - Head of Quality and Learner Services

Advance HE would also like to thank the Equality and Human Rights Commission (Scotland) who were initially consulted about the project and both the Scottish Commission for Human Rights and Police Scotland who were consulted at specific points during the project.

Anne Ireson – Advance HE Policy & Programme Adviser Scotland (Project Lead).
David Bass – Advance HE Assistant Director, Membership (Scotland, Wales, Ireland)