Janet Hill CBE

Programme Director, Civil Service Disability Inclusion Team, Cabinet Office

Janet faces the camera smling. She has glasses on and has her hand on a pen on a table

Janet is a career Civil Servant who spent her first ten years in operations before moving onto a series of corporate and strategy roles. Janet has managed a variety of front-line teams including employment support for lone parents and the long-term unemployed. Her last operational post was leading a Private Office Team, supporting the Agency CEO.

Her most recent appointments include leading a programme of pan-Whitehall Social Justice Policy to improve recovery from addiction, reduce re-offending and prevent homelessness through tailored employment pathways. In this role Janet was a member of the London Mayor’s Delivery Board for the Prevention of Homelessness.

Janet’s role working on Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) strategy has involved overseeing the development of cross-Government initiatives such as piloting a new Corporate Workplace Adjustment Service, expanding the corporate D & I learning portfolio and developing a new Positive Action Talent & Inclusion Pathway - ‘Levelling the Playing Field’. She now supports Sir Philip Rutnam, Permanent Secretary at the Home Office and Civil Service Disability Champion, in the delivery of an ambitious vision of creating an organisational culture for the Civil Service that is disability confident and fully inclusive.

Janet is currently a:

  • Leadership Fellow, St George’s College, Windsor Castle;
  • Trustee of Business Disability Forum;
  • Ex-Trustee of enei x three years;
  • Non-Executive Adviser to Radius;
  • Non-Executive Director & founding member of the Executive Board of RiDi;
  • Non-Executive on the Metropolitan Police Service D&I STR.IDE Board;
  • Non- Executive Adviser, Board of Vercida.com;