Expert Biography

Sultan Mahmood is an Equality & Diversity specialist with a strong focus on interactive Training Delivery.

He has been training around unconscious bias since 1989. Before setting up his own
Training and Consultancy company, Sultan worked in the Public Sector for 14 years in the field of Community Development managing a number of community facilities and developing projects around inclusion and consultation with isolated communities.

He has also worked in the Voluntary Sector and has been Head Teacher at two different Independent Primary Schools
assisting one to get through a first Ofsted Inspection and assisting the second after it had failed an Ofsted Inspection.

Sultan started delivering Equality, Diversity and Cultural Competence training to the Police force
on a national level at the age of 19 and has since provided training and consultancy to many public sector organisations including Government Departments, Youth Work, Community
Development, Probation Services, Fire & Rescue Services, Education, Social Care and Health.

Sultan is an experienced researcher having undertaken research work for a number of organisations around health and social care, community development and equality & diversity issues. He has been involved in research around Asthma, Diabetes, Renal Services, CHD,
Preventing Extremism and End of Life Care to name a few.

Sultan is currently providing equality expertise to the Government sector and has in the past been the lead Manager for the Equalities Agenda at NHS Gloucestershire Care Services as well
as providing Equality and Diversity Training and consultancy to the Fire Service, Children’s Service, Clinical Commissioning Groups and private organisations.

Sultan is an passionate equalities consultant and an award winning trainer who encourages interaction and facilitates open discussions around unconscious bias by creating safe

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  • Equality & Diversity Consultant and Trainer
  • Equality, Diversity, Inclusion, Islamaphobia
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