Associate Vice Provost for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Lorraine oversees and promotes the College’s equality policies and leads Trinity’s Athena SWAN Gender Action Plan. She reports to the Vice-Provost, is a member of Trinity’s Executive Officer’s Group and Chairs the Athena SWAN SAT. She works on EDI with national and international partners through LERU, COIMBRA, as well as through the national VPEDI and Athena SWAN committees.
Siobán O’Brien Green
Siobán works to promote equality and non-discrimination for Trinity staff, students and the wider Trinity community, in all areas of university life and with particular regard to the protected grounds in equality legislation.
Susan provides a full range of administrative support for the EDI unit and manages all web content.
EDI Data Analyst and Athena SWAN Project Officer
Sam works closely with colleagues in the EDI Unit and across the university to embed EDI principles and practices, in particular by delivering hands-on support and data analysis to provide a strong evidence-base for our actions. She supports institutional and School Athena SWAN applications, as well as other EDI initiatives, and conducts equality and diversity data analysis.
Trinity Inclusive Curriculum Project
Based in the EDI Office, the Trinity Inclusive Curriculum Project (Trinity-INC) commenced in October 2020, with the mandate to embed the principles of diversity, equality and inclusion across all curricula at Trinity College Dublin.
Academic Project Director
Rachel leads the project, and acts as the Academic Director. Rachel is Assistant Professor in the Department of French, in the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies.
Derina is responsible for the everyday management and delivery of the Trinity-INC Project, ensuring its strategic objectives are met across the Project goals and within reporting and financial parameters.
Student Partner Liaison Officer
Sean coordinates the Student Partner Programme of the Trinity-INC project, working with students from across Trinity to raise awareness of experiences of inclusion and exclusion within curricula, and to develop an evidence-base to inform the overall Trinity-INC project activities.