Stories of success: disability and the workplace

Gary O'Donoghue cropped

Gary O'Donoghue cropped

A range of high-profile disabled professionals will talk about their careers and offer practical suggestions for success at an event at Churchill College next week.

’If I knew then what I know how’ will also ask speakers to reflect on their careers and identify the key things that they have learned a long the way.

The event, at Churchill College on Tuesday, 27 November is open to the public, and includes: Caroline Benn, Principal Scientist at Neusentis, BBC Political Correspondent Gary O’Donoghue, pictured; David Ruebain, Chief Executive of the Equality Challenge Unit; Jenny Sealey MBE, Artistic Director of Graeae theatre company; and Niall Strawson, Accessibility Adviser at the University of Oxford.

The venue is wheelchair accessible and has an induction loop. British Sign Language interpreters and speech to text communication support will be provided.


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