Sue Domminney, Convenor
Sue Domminney has over 25 years’ experience in the voluntary sector in Glasgow. She currently works as Deputy Centre Manager at the Glasgow Rape Crisis Centre where she has worked for 13 years. This is a varied role covering strategic and operational responsibilities including oversight of the organisation's finances. Prior to this Sue worked at the Centre for Independent Living in Glasgow and the Scottish Low Pay Unit..
Emma Ritch, Vice-Convenor
Emma is executive director of Engender, which is a feminist policy and advocacy organisation working on women’s social, economic, and political equality in Scotland. Her particular areas of interest are women and the economy, men’s violence against women, and women’s human rights. Other boards and committee she is a member of include: EHRC Scotland, Rape Crisis Scotland, Scottish Women’s Rights Centre, Scottish Women’s Budget Group, Scottish Human Rights Consortium, and the Women 50:50 campaign.
Nicole Busby is Professor of Labour Law at the University of Strathclyde. She has expertise in gender equality law. Nicole is a founding member of the Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe which provides impartial advice to policy makers and civil society organisations in Scotland regarding Brexit. She is a member of the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s Scotland Committee and served on the First Minister’s Advisory Group on Human Rights Leadership
Claire is a communications professional specialising in the third sector, having previously worked at Cancer Research UK and National Lottery Good Causes. Currently with Diabetes Scotland, Claire works to ensure effective communications enable the organisation to fulfil its objectives. This includes representing the views of the diabetes community and campaigning for improved care and equality of access to good health. Claire is a Chartered Member of the CIPR.