About EqualiTeach

EqualiTeach is a not-for-profit organisation providing high quality, interactive training and support on issues of equality, diversity and inclusion. Our vision is an equal, inclusive and diverse society where everyone is valued and able to succeed. Alongside our online training we have a range of other services available for schools and organisations. Visit our main site or get in touch to find out more.

  • Online Training & E-Learning

  • Workshops with Young People

  • Staff Training & Consultancy

  • Educational Resources

  • Equalities Award for Schools

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Meet Your Instructors

Head of Strategy & Development

Sarah Soyei

Sarah has been working in the field of equality for over 15 years, delivering equality training to over 7000 people throughout the UK. She has overseen the development and delivery of educational programmes working with over 300,000 people, including programmes of work commissioned by the government, EHRC, Local Authorities and private sector organisations. Sarah has authored several publications in the field, and is working with UNESCO and ODIHR an on international approach to countering intolerance and discrimination against Muslims.

Head of Operations

Kate Hollinshead

Kate has a Masters degree in Managing Equality and Diversity (Distinction) from London Metropolitan University and began her career with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the World Food Programme in Berlin, Germany. She spent four years delivering equality training with anti-racism charity Show Racism the Red Card, before co-founding EqualiTeach in 2013. Kate has experience of delivering training to a variety of audiences and she is an experienced public speaker. She has completed research into the experiences of transgender people in the workplace, written articles for Race Equality Teaching, and has co-written numerous publications for teachers on racism, Islamophobia, disability discrimination and Fundamental British Values.

Business Development Manager

Rachel Elgy

Rachel is a firm believer in the power of education to create positive change and has worked in various roles focussed on educating and empowering young people to become active citizens in their schools, communities and beyond. She has an MA in ‘Gender Without Borders’ from Kingston University. She takes steps to tackle injustices and advance equality wherever possible, having volunteered for Help Refugees, and challenging Islamophobia in the British press. In September 2018 she joined a cohort of “emerging leaders” to take part in Clore Social’s Leadership Programme, with support from Rosa UK.