TEACHER, FOUNDER MEMBER WALES ASSEMBLY OF WOMEN
Audrey Jones, from Hertfordshire, settled in the Vale of Glamorgan in 1960 as a deputy head teacher at St Cryes Comprehensive School in Penarth. An advocate of anti-sexism in schools and promoting female education, her legacy had a huge influence on students from across Wales. She helped establish the Wales Women’s Rights Committee (WWRC) and regularly represented the WWRC in UN Conferences across the world.
Category: Politics & Social Reform
Image Credit: Justine Jordan | Artwork produced by Rachel Ford (USW)