CEO PDFW And Community Leader Championing Inclusivity and Empowerment For People With Special Needs ?? In a world where stigmatization automatically comes with being different, people with special needs get twice the blow. Thankfully however, more than ever in today’s world, authoritative voices are rising to the challenge of combating existing structures, preaching integration and inclusivity helping people understand it’s okay to be different ultimately liberating, empowering and helping those with the challenge navigate through life and excel on much more easier terms.
Highly skilled and distinguished Nigerian born UK based Lawyer, June Douglas LLM FCMI, Chair Board of Trustees Lifelong Family Links – a Charity for Children and young people with special needs and CEO of Pamela Douglas Foundation Worldwide [PDFW], inspired by her personal experience is super passionate about providing advice, counselling, creating awareness, influencing and monitoring governmental policies for disabled people, their families and support system in order for them to feel more included and engaged within their communities.
The top notch lawyer, a trained Person-Centred Planner who also holds Masters in Social Welfare Law and Entertainment Law and studied Humanistic Counselling from the Roehampton Institute [now University of Roehampton], owing to her wealth of experience, well schooled background and impressive track record of work within the Community, has so far worked with various groups on Social Policy, Human rights and Equality issues and also works extensively with Governments, inter-governmental and Local Organisations.
A Fellow at Chartered Management Institute [CMI], June is the President of Kalabari Central Organisation [KCO] from the Niger Delta and Secretary of Parochial Church Council [PCC] and a Safeguarding Officer of St Mary Newington Church Kennington London. She was the Chair of Parents Advisory Group [PAG] of London Borough of Lambeth.
June is with the Network of Women Chairs, Member Women in Management, and the British Institute of Learning Disability BILD. ?