Rachel is one of the UK's best known neurodiversity experts. Described as passionate, funny and inspirational, she talks authentically about the strengths and challenges faced by people like her. Growing up with undiagnosed autism and ADHD, she experienced a series of mental health crises, while being a successful entrepreneur. After her unexpected recovery, she founded a consultancy to train organisations on inclusion.
Rachel has authored a booklet and produced an award-winning poster. She's had her work published in the national and international press, in various books, and in peer-reviewed academic journals. She's a TEDx speaker, and has delivered keynotes at international conferences. Rachel is committed to bringing her message to a wider audience: that neurodiverse people do not need patronising, just understanding.