Equality, diversity and inclusion talk with Stacy Johnson MBE
Tue 09 February 2021 19:00-20:00
STACY JOHNSON MBE
Stacy Johnson, an Associate Professor in the School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham is an emerging international thought leader in critical inclusive leadership. She is founder of the award winning National and European Junior Leadership Academies for student nurses and midwives. Her latest work, The ReMEDI Project is a reverse mentoring framework for enhancing diversity and inclusion.
Stacy is in demand as an advisor and speaker equality, diversity and inclusion, leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship in the Higher Education, health and social care sectors.
Stacy was included in the Health Service Journal’s 2013 list of 50 BME Pioneers and was made a Member of the British Empire in the 2019 New Year’s Honours list for services to healthcare and higher education equality, diversity and inclusion.
Stacy’s research on Inclusive Leadership centres around two strands. Developing the leadership identity of leaders at the margins e.g. BME leaders and youth/student/junior/emergent leaders and developing the cultural humility and cultural competence of positional leaders of all ethnicities through Revere Mentoring for Equality Diversity and Inclusion, (The ReMEDI Project). In 2014 the National Junior Leadership Academy for Student Nurses, which Stacy founded, won the Student Nursing Times Award for Teaching Innovation of the Year. This has evolved into the EU funded European Junior Leadership Academy for Student Nurses and Midwives, which won a Higher Education Academy, Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence in 2018.
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