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ASHLEIGH Peel has taken another step on her career path, thanks to the Chronicle chronicle, official record of events, set down in order of occurrence, important to the people of a nation, state, or city. Almanacs, The Congressional Record in the United States, and the Annual Register in England are chronicles. .
The 27-year-old, from Tynedale, began working for Newcastle Newcastle, city, Australia
Newcastle, city (1991 pop. 262,331), New South Wales, SE Australia, on the Pacific Ocean. It is the center of one of the country's largest coal-mining areas and is a large port. Coal, wool, iron and steel, and wheat are exported. City Council back in 2003 after spotting an advertisement for a housing assistant in the Chronicle.
Six years on she is still with the organisation, now under the name Your Homes Newcastle, and has landed a job as equality and diversity officer which was also advertised in the Chronicle Jobs pages.
Over the past six years, Ashleigh has built up a wealth of experience, working in housing management, then in the housing anti-social behaviour and enforcement team.
In her new role, she is responsible for working with the strategic independent advisory group, organising the team's involvement at community events and sup-portinthe diversity manager in meeting targets and adhering ADHERING. Cleaving to, or joining; as, adhering to the enemies of the United States.
2. The constitution of the United States, art. 3, s 3, defines treason against the United States, to consist only in levying war against them or in adhering to their enemies, to relevant policies and legislation.
Ashleigh said: "When I saw the equality and diversity position advertised in the Chronicle I decided to apply because I am passionate about equality and eradicat-indiscrimination.
"I have always enjoyed working with the public and problem-solving so really enjoy my job and the challenges it brings.
"I am committed to diversity and equality and enjoy being able to promote these as part of my role as well getting to meet new people.
"I find the job really rewarding.
"It is nice to go home at the end of the day knowing I have helped someone overcome discrimination or made someone's life a bit easier.
"To me, that is the most satisfying part of the job."
PASSION: - Ashleigh loves her equality and diversity job with Your Homes Newcastle