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ADHD Girls Ltd
London TW1


    Samantha had been recommended by a colleague yet the neurodiversity awareness session she delivered still exceeded my expectations. She is very knowledgeable, passionate and engaging around this topic and this translated to the audience. Above all, Samantha has a particular authenticity which resonates with the audience and makes engaging on this topic so much easier. We took so many gems from the session and received extremely good feedback from the attendees. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Samantha as a speaker and I very much look forward to working with her again as we continue to drive awareness and fly the flag for inclusivity for all.
    Bella Daniels
    Co-Chair of NetABled NetApp
    Sam delivered a powerful presentation to an audience of over 400 employees on the subject of neurodiversity as well as sharing her own moving story. Her passion for championing positive action in neurodiversity combined with her extraordinary authenticity and confidence to share her vulnerabilities is formidable. I have never heard our auditorium fall so quiet as she spoke, nor a round of applause so loud when she finished.
    Ben Higgins
    Managing Director, UK Head of Human Resources at Société Générale
    Sam’s talk was incredibly powerful and I believe many attendees got a lot out of it. It was part of a half-day event and many of the points Sam raised in her presentation were brought up in the remainder of the sessions. She was an engaging and inspiring speaker, who expertly wove her lived experience and professional experience into her presentation in a way that added depth and complexity. She discussed the intersections of co-occurring conditions, gender, race, socio-economic privilege and neurodivergence. She provided practical steps and advice around next steps in intersectional neurodivergence.
    Pk Kulasegram
    EDI Manager, University of Oxford