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Federal official

Hiten Lalji Shah, Kenyan, British federal official. Certified city and guilds basic communications skills. Board directors Harrow Association Disabled People, since 2002, Harrow Council Racial Equality, Harrow's Housing Arms Length Management Organization, since 2002; chairman Arms Length Management Organization, since 2003; Member of Harrow Association Disabled People.

Background

Shah, Hiten Lalji was born on May 4, 1968 in Kitui, Kenya. Son of Lalji Hemraj and Lilavanti Lalji Shah.

Education

Bachelor of Science with 1st class honors, University Plymouth, England, 1992.

Career

Modern managers program, 2001—2002. Researcher, lecturer Nottingham (England) Trent University, 1993—1995. Subject officer Non-Deptartmental Public Body, London, 1995—1996.

Research and policy officer Pendle Council, Nelson, England, 1996—2000. Race adviser Croydon Council, 2000—2001. Policy analyst Government of United Kingdom, London, since 2002.

Head Police Community Relations Team, since 2002, Race Equality, Disability and Faith Team, since 2003. Member census language strategy group Office for National Statistics, London, 1999—2000. Member Black and Minority Ethnic Policy Committee, Croydon, 2000—2001.

Chairman Holocaust Planning Group, Croydon, 2000—2001. Lay member Employment Tribunal, since 2002. Member national executive committee The Network, since 2003.

Achievements

  • Certified city and guilds basic communications skills.

Membership

Board directors Harrow Association Disabled People, since 2002, Harrow Council Racial Equality, Harrow's Housing Arms Length Management Organization, since 2002. Chairman Arms Length Management Organization, since 2003. Member of Harrow Association Disabled People.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Black American history, travel.

Connections

father:
Lalji Hemraj

mother:
Lilavanti Lalji Shah