Delvene Pitt | On being a Black Dyslexic ADHD’er in the Performing Arts
In this episode, we talk to puppeteer and actress Delvene Pitt (she/her) about her award-winning puppetry company Little Crowns Storyhouse, how she uses puppeteering to teach history and science to children, and how she’s navigated the performing arts industry as a Black dyslexic ADHD’er.
Charli Clement | On disability as a neutral term and navigating multiple diagnoses
In this episode, we talk to activist and writer Charli Clement (they/she) about navigating the UK healthcare system as a neurodivergent and chronically ill person and why we need to pivot towards a more intersectional and holistic approach to neuroinclusion.
Izzie Chea | On neuroinclusion in the Latine community and neurodivergent parenting
In this episode, we talk to founder, activist, and parent Izzie Chea (she/her) about growing up neurodivergent in a Latine household, what her journey towards understanding and celebrating her neurodivergence looked like, and how she navigates parenting as a neurodivergent mom.
Sonny Jane Wise | On lived experience advocacy & challenging neuronormativity
In this episode, we talk to advocate and author Sonny Jane Wise (they/them) about the importance of rejecting neuronormativity, why centering lived experiences in our advocacy work matters, and how activists can center all kinds of neurodivergence in their advocacy.
Kirsty Cook | On creating neuroinclusive workplaces
In this episode, we’re joined by Kirsty Cook (she/her), the Global Director of Neuroinclusion Services at auticon - a majority Autistic global social enterprise - to discuss her role and auticon’s neuroinclusion work.
Paff Evara | On the importance of intersectional advocacy and using tech for good
In this episode, we talk to neurodivergent creator and founder Paff Evara (they/them) about their media company Take Up Space, the power of decentralized blockchain technology, and the importance of inclusive and intersectional activism.
Ellie Middleton | On building neurodivergent community & advocating for your needs
In this episode we talk to neurodivergent entrepreneur Ellie Middleton (she/her) about the process of founding a community for neurodivergent folks, how she’s navigated hustle culture, and what it takes to show up authentically in your work.