Sean Comes to us with over twenty years’ experience in Adult Education and Higher Education, where he worked with many people coming from multiple disadvantaged backgrounds, supporting their journeys back into learning and supporting them back into the world of work or their journey onto Higher education. Sean has many years of experience as a trade unionist as well as an understanding of the criminal justice system with over five years’ experience as a Magistrate. He has an M.A in Peace and Conflict studies which supports his interest in International Relations and a keen interest in community development.
Sean supports lived experience members to create system change and influence criminal justice agencies, including through training with Integrated Officer Management services. He acts as a coordinator for the National Experts Citizens Group (NECG) which brings statutory services and the voice of lived experience together to improve systems and services for those facing multiple disadvantage.
“I have a great passion for social justice and supporting grass roots organisations, helping to bring to fruition the hopes, dreams and aspirations of those considered marginalised.”