Who is Hari Sewell?
HS Consultancy is led by Hári Sewell. Hári has operated at board level since 2002 and leads a team of associates with similar levels of experience.
The CVs and biographies of Associates are supplied in relation to each commission on which they are deployed.
Hári Sewell is founder and Director of HS Consultancy and is a former executive director of health and social care in the National Health Service in the UK. He has worked for the Department of Health in regulation and policy.
Hári is a writer and speaker in his specialist area of social justice, equalities and ethnicity, race and culture in mental health. Hári is an honorary Senior Visiting Fellow at the University of Central Lancashire and Specialist Guest Lecturer at University of Bradford, Visiting Lecturer at Christ Church Canterbury University and is a Member of the Scientific Board of the ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health. Hári has had various books, articles and book chapters published, with new material emerging regularly.
Hári is a proud member of the Board of Trustees of the British Association of Social Workers (BASW)
Hári worked with another local campaigner to secure services for survivors of sexual violence and currently runs a campaign “Men Supporting Women’s Rights” including “Men Against Rape”. He is increasingly studying forms of masculinity and the possibilities in practice and employee relations to recognise the intersections between masculinity and other aspects of identity.
I think you will have appreciated that last night’s session had a profound impact on us all and I just wanted to say that it was everything and more than I was hoping for.
Thank you so much. It was an absolute masterclass in content and facilitation, and I believe it will have far reaching implications for our organisational direction on so many levels.
Thank you also for your kind feedback about the organisation. It has been a tough couple of years for many reasons, not least of all managing our response to the pandemic. It means a lot to get your perspective as someone new to the organisation.
We don’t get it right all the time, but we do want to make Julian Support a better place where people can be authentic and thrive.
Ben Curran (He/Him)
Director of Development & Partnership Services.