Deborah Husbands is a chartered psychologist and senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster. Deborah’s research interests include student experiences of belonging and engagement as well as deconstructing race, gender and ethnicity with a focus on Black and minority ethnic students and their experiences of intersectionality and marginality.
She is the outreach lead for Psychology and works with schools and colleges to bridge the transition into higher education. Deborah co-chairs the BME staff network and co-leads the Human Library Project at Westminster. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and an Associate Fellow of the BPS with membership of several networks. She also serves on the BPS Presidential Taskforce for Diversity and Inclusion, the Psychologist and Digest Editorial Advisory Committee, and the London Higher Tackling Racism Task Group.