Lenrick is experienced in working in the youth and education sectors. He previously served two years as the Vice President for Education at the Bournemouth University Students’ Union (SUBU), where he led successful initiatives to deliver change and develop the organisational culture around diversity, inclusion, participation and student engagement at both the University and Students’ Union.
At Bournemouth University he created the first BME Summit – an initiative aiming to empower students from disadvantaged BAME backgrounds – the summit led to the development of 20 student-led businesses and an event attended by prominent UK influencers and businesses.
An experienced researcher (both in qualitative and quantitative methods) with specialist insight into user behaviours and psychology key projects, Lenrick has secured and managed an institution-wide assessment that contributed to the closure of gaps in the University data pool and dismantling disparities for underrepresented student groups. He has also worked in consultation with SU stakeholders for the review, development, and approval of the SU strategic plan.
In addition to his experience of Higher Education, Lenrick brings to his consultancy work at Halpin knowledge gained as the Community Engagement Officer at Dorset Race Quality Council and as a Team Leader with the National Citizenship Service Trust where he developed his skills and interests in research, community relations, project management and facilitation.
He is currently completing a MA in Political Psychology at Bournemouth University.