I’m a neurodivergent, disabled researcher-storyteller and Disability Equality Trainer. Find me on Twitter here.
My research skills are in participatory, user-led and storytelling research. My PhD research looked at the stories of disabled Christians. I also have experience of research with disabled children. I am currently working as a researcher for a network of churches.
I’m also a qualified trainer, and have worked as a teacher in the Further Education sector and a lecturer in Higher Education. I was trained to deliver Disability Equality Training at Essex Coalition of Disabled People, following the principle that DET should be led by disabled people ourselves. I deliver training in both the public and private sectors. Past clients have included the Institute of Education, charities and religious organisations.
Writing and Storytelling:
Participatory and activist research is all about stories and what we can learn from them about people and society. I’m also a writer and occasional in-person storyteller.
I am based in London.