Peggy is a Leadership, Management and Organisational Development consultant with a keen interest in research. She has more than 25 years of combined training, senior strategic leadership, and organisation development experience.
She is a social and racial justice activist and ally, and has worked across several different sectors as they journey towards developing workplace cultures and embedding fairness and equity across their teams and services. She has a keen interest in women’s issues, and is committed to making research accessible so that it will contribute to wider grass roots level change, and as a result has presented her research as an ethnodrama and podcasts. She has worked with actors to showcase research data on stage at the Birmingham Theatre.
Peggy currently works with corporate, public sector and voluntary organisations. Her portfolio includes, Higher Education Institutions, Financial Services, NHS England and Ubele. She was also instrumental in working with NGOs to set up education projects in Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa.
She is the author of ‘Black Women’s Narratives of NHS Work-Based Learning: An Ethnodrama’.
Peggy loves nature, she enjoys walking, a wide genre of music, gardening and people.