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About Me

I am extremely passionate about meaningful and accessible education for everyone. In my commitment to creating a better world which is inclusive of all differences, I have used my personal experiences of autism to drive change in specialist and mainstream schools, and have delivered Autism training at local, regional, national, and international events.


As a Helena Kennedy Foundation winner in 2009, I also have personal experience of overcoming adversity to continue in education and become successful in a career that is meaningful to me. I love to learn; and I love inspiring others to love learning too.

In my previous roles, I have been required to manage and deliver projects to a high standard, using knowledge and latest research to drive evidence-led practice. I have also had experience of producing a range of written outputs, including the following articles:


  • Radio City Liverpool (10 Oct 2019 and 26 May 2020)

  • ‘Autistic Women in the Workplace’, Health and Wellbeing Conference 2020

  • Skills and Education Group Annual Conference 2020

  • Helena Kennedy Foundation awards dinner, AoC Conference November 2018



Edge Hill University

MA Educational Enquiry and Professional Learning


Edge Hill University

Special Needs and Inclusion postgraduate certificate


Edge Hill University

BSc Science Key Stage 2/3 Science with Qualified Teacher Status

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