Patricia Reynolds - Committee Member
Patricia is a strong advocate for BAME communities in Liverpool. She is forward-thinking, always seeking to find new initiatives or avenues to help shatter the ever-present glass ceiling and give women a voice.
Ms Reynolds is passionate about inclusion and community collaboration.
Ms Reynolds is also a director of the GN Hope For all charity, which caters to a wide spectrum of disenfranchised in society.
She is a Community Leader and is passionate about women Empowerment and Leadership under the Women of Purpose ministry. This supports women in need or in aid of advice or support in any area of their lives. The WOP is also engaged in outreach which entails feeding and providing warm clothing, sleeping bags etc. to the homeless in the Liverpool city centre.
Patricia has over the years worked with the police and prison service in the capacity of a correctional officer and has been a member of the Black and Asian Police Association, trained in Domestic violence and Control and Restraint(C&R).
She has also worked as a volunteer with charities such as MustardTree, supporting a vast amount of people across Greater Manchester. Ms Reynolds is passionate about networking to promote especially women of colour and knocking down racial barriers in our communities.