Lady Edwina Grosvenor is a philanthropist and criminal justice campaigner. She has worked in and around the prison service since she was 18. Edwina studied Criminology and Sociology at Northumbria University and Criminal Behaviour at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia.
She has worked in Styal prison (female prison in Manchester) and for many different organisations which work with inmates all over the country. She is an Ambassador of the No Way Trust which educates school children to the realities of prison life, crime and consequence. She also sits on the advisory board to the Oxford University Criminology faculty.
She helped to start the Clink restaurant chain in 2010 and has been a trustee of it since 2011. The restaurants are fine dining establishments built both inside and outside the prison walls that train inmates in catering and hospitality to give them a better chance of employment after release.
Last updated 11/20/2018