Minding the privilege gap

Three of London Met’s senior leaders joined former Secretary of State for Education, the Rt Hon Justine Greening, on her podcast ‘Fit for Purpose’.

Date: 13 November 2020

London Met’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Lynn Dobbs, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Outcomes and Inclusion Dr Zainab Khan, and Director of London Engagement Sophie Cloutterbuck this week joined the Rt Hon Justine Greening on her podcast, Fit for Purpose.

They discussed topics such as the University’s response to COVID-19, their efforts to ensure an inclusive curriculum and why London Met’s graduates are increasingly values-driven.

Fit for Purpose explores how business is working to level up Britain. Each episode gives an insight into UK enterprise and how it is a force for good, with organisational leaders offering insights into their own journeys and how to get ahead.

Justine Greening is the former MP for Putney and previously served as Secretary of State for Education. She is the Founder of the Social Mobility Pledge, which has so far seen over 500 organisations commit to making a powerful and pioneering shift towards being a truly purpose-led organisation dedicated to social mobility.

Listen to the podcast here.

Justine Greening