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Professor William Henry is a passionate and engaging speaker who delivers various forms of training and educational interventionist work to individuals, public and private sector organisations both nationally and internationally. Some of his most popular areas include consultancy; managing equity and diversity in the workplace; peer mentoring; life coaching; academic supervision; and educational empowerment sessions in schools, colleges, Pupil Referral Units, Prisons and Youth Offending Teams. He is highly experienced in the delivery of sessions and workshops on: equity and diversity, conscious and unconscious bias, and structural and systemic racism within working and educational environments.
An accomplished motivator, Professor Henry uses his diverse skills to build capacity as he assists in the social, cultural and political development of others in various arenas and settings. Professor Henry is a regular contributor on mainstream news and current affairs programs on issues that affect BAME communities in the UK. He has featured on several television and radio documentaries. He has also worked as an expert witness on African-Caribbean culture.
In his role as a Professor of Criminology and Sociology in the School of Human and Social Sciences at the University of West London (UWL), Professor Henry is currently the Course Leader for the MA: Global Black Studies, Decolonisation and Social Justice. He is the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Lead for the university. He lectures in the areas of criminology, sociology, anthropology, black history, race, education, ethnicity, youth crime and cultural studies and conducts MA and PhD supervision. He has also written and published extensively on many of the concerns of the African Diaspora in the UK and on whiteness, youth violence and educational exclusion.
He also delivers educational programmes for those who have turned their backs on formal education, something he has personal experience of. He currently uses his reflections in his work with UWL’s Outreach Team where he delivers his ‘Goal Models: Pathway to Personal Success Programme’ to students from various local schools, as well as delivering various educational interventionist programmes, within grass roots, community based settings.
Professor Henry is highly adaptable, able to meet the needs of varied audiences. Driven and determined, Professor Henry dedicates ample time to research and self-improvement. Using his passion for lifelong learning, he is constantly developing and improving his knowledge, skills and materials to maintain his position as a first-rate public speaker in an ever-changing world.