Nim Njuguna is a retired Baptist minister and former Quaker prison chaplain/restorative justice trainer. Nim is now involved in researching and writing on diversity and inclusion spirituality informed by intersectionality and unconscious bias perspectives. He offers spiritual accompaniment, (in person or on Zoom) supervision, mediation and facilitation refresher courses for spiritual directors with SPIDIR spiritual direction network. He approaches his practice from liberation theologies and person-centred therapeutic perspectives and is keen to explore how to move spirituality from contemplation to action. He is a past tutor on the Encounter course at the London Centre for Spirituality (where he trained 15 years ago). He is a lifetime member of Spiritual Direction Europe.