Glanville Einstein Williams is the founder of Inclusion Query, a web-based Diversity & Inclusion Analytic which harnesses the data from the 2011 ONS Census and deploys statistical testing to enable organisations to detect, measure and tackle barriers and bias within their people selection processes.
Glanville is a member of the Power of inclusion Team, UK and was formerly the Country Director of Ian Dodds Consulting West Africa, where he worked extensively with Government Agencies, the International Donor and NGO Community in West Africa to promote inclusive and pro-poor development programmes.
Educated with a degree in Law, an MBA and currently studying towards a PhD in Psychology, Glanville has spent most of his adult life working towards improving the life opportunities and outcomes of disadvantaged groups.
Glanville has worked as an Organisational Development in several continents and has held a number of senior positions over the years, including Head of Diversity at a large NHS Mental Health Trust, an Advisor to the Mayor of London’s Office on Diversity between 2005 and 2007, an International Facilitator with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s and latterly as a Team Leader on a world bank sponsored project to audit local government entities in Ghana.
Glanville is currently a Vice Chair of the Ethnic Minority Liberal Democrats, he is a regular blogger and has written and published a number of articles on diversity, inclusion and human rights issues. He is the proud recipient of the 2010 prestigious Business Award in Excellence, by the African Leadership Magazine, awarded in recognition of his quality contribution to African communities in the UK, he is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and is immensely proud to have been approved as the prospective parliamentary candidate for East Ham.