Fitting the Pieces Together
Beth Kume-Holland is an award-winning social entrepreneur and the founder of Patchwork Hub, the tech startup and employment platform. She is a disability rights advocate, Harvard University Kennedy Scholar and Oxford University Graduate and has previously been employed as Audience and Market Insights Lead at Scope, the disability charity, as well as working as an analyst and researcher for the University of Oxford’s History Faculty and Citibank’s thought-leadership ‘Global Perspectives and Solutions’ series.
Dr Joanna Baker Rogers
The Founder of Busy Life Joanna Baker-Rogers speaks to us about how the challenge of changing career late in life has led to her become a champion for inclusion for all.
Putting the ability back into disABILITY
Joanna Baker-Rogers on Founding Busy Life and putting the ability back into disABILITY.
Richard Talbot Jones
Founder of Talbot Jones Ltd. a chartered insurance broker specialising in supporting and protecting third sector and professional organisations.
Disability Made Me a Better Person
Richard Talbot-Jones on founding chartered insurance broker Talbot Jones Ltd. He tells us why a need for flexibility led him to set up the business.
Founder of Against the Odds a community and podcast to share inspiration and advice about work and self employment with people with chronic illnesses.
Excelling against the Odds
Sarah Berthon on setting up her own business, community and podcast to share inspiration and advice about work and self-employment with other people with chronic illnesses.
Founder of Kind Currency CiC - connecting businesses and consumers who care - moving towards creating a kinder, more inclusive society for all
Imagine a world where kindness is currency
We caught up with Michelle Jones Founder of Kind Currency who tells us how the pandemic and being honoured with a “friendship bench” where the catalysts to creating her new enterprise, which aims to connect kind consumers with kind businesses
Seema is Founder and Managing Director of Blind Ambition is a Visual Awareness and Disabilities expert.
Unlocking the secrets to inclusive design
We caught up with Tracey Proudlock, founder of Proudlock Associates, which advises a range of clients on inclusive design, to find out why she thinks it’s important for disabled people to get the best education that they can, how her business has evolved, and why a supportive business network is her secret weapon.