Author and editor Made Possible Award-winning writer and consultant
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I started in news as a reporter for The Times and as the Evening Standard’s local government and social affairs correspondent. I wrote for magazines like Marie Claire, Cosmo, She and Time Out, and before that I was a reporter then news editor on a series of central London local papers. I’ve also covered communityaffairs and was an editor on a housing magazine.
I run coaching and mentoring sessions to enable organisations to elevate their editorial content. I write and edit human interest print and digital material, from reports, articles and press briefings to thought leadership pieces and social media copy.
Regular unpaid charity commitments include roles as the chair of Sibs and as an ambassador for NDTi (the National Development Team for Inclusion). As a freelance, self-employed person, I have to limit the time I spend on not-for-profit or reduced rate work, but when possible, I try and contribute to projects related to disability and neurodiversity issues.