Achievements, Britain, Deep Roots, Global Melanin

Baroness Roselind Howells (1931-Present)

black-history-melanin-mind-baroness-howells

Life Peer And Community Activist

Baroness Howells of St David, OBE was the first black woman to sit on the GLC’s Training Board; the first female member of the Court of Governors of the University of Greenwich and was the Vice Chair at the London Voluntary Services Council.

Baroness Rosalind Patricia-Anne Howells was born in 1931 and was raised to the peerage as Baroness Howells of St David, of Charlton in the London Borough of Greenwich in 1999.

She was educated at St Joseph’s Convent, South West London College and City College in Washington DC. In 1955, she married John Charles Howells and they have two daughters.

Her career background includes being the Director of the Greenwich Racial Equality Council as well as a Community and Equal Opportunities Worker. Baroness Howells is a trustee of the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, and served as the unofficial advisor to the Lawrence family.

She has worked with the London Voluntary Services Council, Carnival Liaison Committee, and the Greater London Action in Race Equality and has been an active campaigner for justice in the field of race relations.

Credit: http://www.100greatblackbritons.com

Baroness Roselind Howells

Videos About Baroness Roselind Howells

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *