Kay Hampton (FRSA, FHEA), is a Professor in Community and Race Relations, with anti-discrimination, diversity and applied human rights knowledge.
She is trained in media handling, advocacy and stakeholder management.
Her specialised experience includes advising clients (national and international) on ethical policy and practice development, people-orientated work-place creation, internal governance modification and risk awareness.
She is an academically qualified social scientist with established skills in the delivery of robust applied (commissioned) research projects, thematic lectures, interactive workshops and learning seminars involving diverse audiences. She is regularly invited to provide keynote addresses, facilitate and chair high level training events and conferences and has a proven record in writing, editing and publishing research reports and papers.
Her consultancy offers a variety of Training and Advice to the Public and Private sectors, which is intended to assist with current and future Legislation, Cultural Change and Policy Development. With unrivalled expertise, the Consultancy also has extensive credentials to enable clients to fully comply with Statutory requirements.
KKConsulting delivers a range of facilitation services that enables networking and furthers sector development and sharing expertise. With academic and professional experience, the range of services includes Applied social research, Ethical governance guidance, Embedding anti-discrimination policies and strategies in corporate business plans as well as Equality and human rights impact assessment.
With international experience in the anti-discrimination and applied human rights sector, KKConsulting offers services to the public and private sector throughout the UK and Europe.