Black History Month: Betty Campbell (MBE) the first black Head Teacher in Wales addressed the Assembly Workplace Equality networks

Betty Campbell photoOn the 8 July 2016 Betty Campbell (MBE) was invited to speak at the Assembly by its ‘INSPIRE’, Women’s network, and ‘REACH’ (Race Ethnicity and Cultural Heritage) network, as part of the Assembly’s Diversity and Inclusion week.

Diversity and Inclusion week is an event that we do every year as part of the Assembly’s commitment to promoting and supporting an inclusive workplace. In that week a series of events and other awareness-raising activities take place to promote and celebrate diverse and inclusion.

If you were not lucky enough to hear Betty in person you can still hear, on YouTube: what inspired her; what helped her reach were she got to; what she has to say to inspire others facing similar barriers and her advice to people facing their own obstacles. Find out more about Betty and why the networks invited Betty to talk to them by reading our blog from August earlier this year.

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