Durham University Harassment Contacts
To support our Equality and Diversity agenda, Durham has a network of Harassment contacts who assist staff and students with enquiries and provide information on University policies and sources of help and support.
For further information regarding the role of Harassment Contact or to register your interest in joining the network; please contact Michelle Taylor Equality and Diversity Trainer firstname.lastname@example.org (01913346494)
The role of the Harassment contact can be found in the below document.
- Harassment Contact Role (last modified: 29 July 2014)
Lynn joined the University in early 2015 as a Support Administrator for the Collegiate Office. Since graduating in International Relations, Lynn has worked in a variety of organisations including ones in the private, public and voluntary sector. Prior to joining the University Lynn worked with homeless people in London and she now volunteers with a local youth group in her spare time.
Jen joined the University in 2004, she has held various positions in Student Recruitment and Admissions. Jen’s current role of student recruitment officer, involves working with teachers across the country. While working at Durham Jen has completed a degree in Business Management and Administration. Previous to working for the University she worked at New College Durham in the Purchasing department.
Originally a maths graduate from Newcastle University, Neil has been working as a project manager for the Centre for Evaluation & Monitoring (CEM), an educational research group within Durham University, for more than 20 years. He has been a Harassment Contact for more than 10 years.
Caroline joined the University in 2009 and works in the salaries section of Finance, based in the Mountjoy centre. After leaving University where she studied Religion and History she worked in a small local business responsible for accounts and payroll.
Andrea joined the administration team at Queen's Campus in 1996 and is the Campus & Community Co-ordinator and Administrative Support to Deputy Head of Faculty (QC) with day to day management of the Deputy Head's Office at Queen's Campus.
An MBA graduate from Newcastle Business School, Linda is Category Manager with responsibility for Catering, Domestic and Furniture categories. Linda is Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (MCIPS) qualified and has worked at the University since 2005.
Stuart joined the University in November 1998 and is now the Configuration and Asset Manager for Hardware, which involves the long term planning for the refresh of all the PCs within the University, and also accounting for all equipment (IT related) for the University, from setting up contracts to major purchasing. Stuart is the Departmental Health and Safety Officer and Harassment Contact (for 13 years) and qualified as a First Aider.
Gemma joined the University in October 2013 and is the Research Support Officer based in the Research Office. Previous to this she completed a Sociology PhD. at Newcastle University looking at the home and working lives of young women living in the North East of England.
Carol Walker has worked at Maiden Castle in many sport-related roles since joining the University in 1996. She currently works with the Dean of Experience Durham and the Head of Sport assisting with the management and delivery of projects in the areas of sport, music and theatre. Carol is also a member of the University Coaching Network.