Agnes Fletcher

Described by the Equality and Human Rights Commission on her appointment as statutory independent reviewer of aspects of its governance arrangements as "a widely respected expert on equality", Agnes is well-networked and influential in the field of equality law, policy and practice.

A public policy expert, Agnes has over 20 years’ executive experience of policy and strategic communications in the public and third sectors and 10 years’ experience as an independent consultant and trainer. She also has substantial non-executive experience.

Agnes has provided training and consultancy services to a wide range of private, public and third sector organisations, including many regulatory bodies. She recently co-authored 'Tackling disability and health-related barriers to progression within the Civil Service', a research report for the Cabinet Office. She has created equality training programmes for organisations as diverse as the Financial Ombudsman and the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance.


About Goss Consultancy Ltd
Nick Goss is Managing Director for Goss Consultancy Ltd (GCL). GCL works with a wide range of clients from all sectors to devise, develop, implement & evaluate inclusion strategies that are fit for purpose, are aligned with wider policy frameworks and can be effectively implemented across organisations and work programmes.

Their main work streams are training, consultancy and access audits. Highlights of GLC's work include:
• Commissioned by the UK's Equality & Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to write large sections of the non-statutory guidance for the Equality Act 2010
• Retained by the Arts Council England for 6 years to support the delivery of their equality & diversity strategy
• Commissioned by the British Council & LOCOG to support the scoping of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, with respect to ways of promoting disability equality
• Founding member of the London Development Agency's blue print Independent Disability Equality Advisory Group.


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