Marcia Ore

Marcia Ore is a Human Resource Management professional with over 20 years experience working across the United Kingdom. 


Her qualifications include the development, implementation, and management of diversity, equity, and inclusion training content. Marcia’s particular focus on content development, coupled with her extensive background in coaching and mentoring, has afforded her the opportunity to develop strong communication skills and an ability to engage with both internal and external stakeholders at strategic and operational levels. This skill set has created a strong foundation she uses to facilitate workshops addressing issues of diversity and inclusion.

In addition to her impressive experience with content development and delivery, Marcia possesses strong project management skills. Her roles as a DEI subject matter expert at the UK Atomic Energy Authority and Utilita Energy Ltd allowed her to hone her leadership skills as they relate to facilitating collaborative projects. These roles allowed Marcia to help individuals and teams at the national, regional and local levels assess their organizational processes and navigate the implementation of DEI policies that foster inclusive workplace environments that support diversity globally.


During her thirty-year career, Marcia held several roles where she challenged the structural barriers to equality, diversity, and inclusion which existed in the police service. For example:


  • Vice chair of West Midlands Police Black and Asian Police Association

  • Executive member of the National Black Police Association and chair of the Gender and Sexual Orientation sub-committee  

  • Executive member of the British Association of Women in Policing

  • Women Sgts Police Federation representative

  • Member of the Association of Chief Police Officers working party, exploring the career progression for women and black and ethnic minority police officers and police staff

  • Wrote monthly articles for a national police publication, Jane’s Police Review, for 6 years


Since retiring from the police, she has continued being actively involved with diversity, inclusion, and equity—particularly relating to race and ethnicity, young people, individuals with disabilities, and women. She continues to deliver training, facilitate workshops, and contribute as a keynote speaker at conferences and webinars, in addition to helping organizations develop their strategic approach to DEI.