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Dr Samantha Hiew is a Multi-Award-Winning Social Entrepreneur, Neurodiversity Keynote Speaker, Trainer, and Consultant.

Following Sam’s neurodiversity & intersectionality training, 92% said they’re encouraged to champion intersectional neurodivergents, 86% said it showed them how to spark positive conversations and actions in their own sphere of influence, and 88% said they’re keen to become an ally or sponsor to intersectional neurodivergents.



Following Sam’s ADHD & Women talk, 98% have a better understanding of how ADHD impacts a women’s life, 99% felt seen, validated and connected to like-minded people, and an incredible three-quarter felt safe to open up and share their lived experiences with the rest of the group. 

Keynote Speaking

Through fun, accessible, and powerful storytelling, we bridge the gap in understanding neurodiversity & intersectionality, and set the tone for integration. Our talks catalyse positive actions and conversations within the workforce and settings in 92% of our audience.

Neurodiversity Consultations

We support HR, Hiring, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, People & Culture, Occupational Health, and teams to advise on ad hoc challenges or to build a neuroinclusive strategy and culture.

Neurodiversity People Managers Masterclass

We deliver neurodiversity masterclasses to equip managers and leaders with knowledge, tools, and guidance to support their team and themselves. The training bridges the empathy gap and foster connection and facilitate psychological safety at work.

Online Learning

Short online learning provide flexibility for leaders and managers to learn how to support neurodivergents at work from a position of strengths and abilities. The ADHD online modules supports neurodivergents at work and their families in raising girls with ADHD.

ADHD & Women Events

We currently partner with Seed Talks and Orange Juice Promotions to bring accessible ADHD & Women awareness talks to women with ADHD. Our talks improve understanding for female ADHD in 98% of our audience, 99% felt seen, validated, and gained a space to connect with like-minded people, and 76% felt safe to open up and share their lived experience stories during these sessions.

ADHD & Women Workshops

Personal & professional development workshops that provide women with ADHD with tools and resources to harness their potential and thrive in work, life, and hormones.

1:1 Mentoring

1:1 virtual mentoring for neurodivergents via an ADHD lens, and provide coping strategies for their work and life. A complementary ADHD Owner's Manual PDF Workbook is provided with a minimum booking of 6 sessions of career development mentoring.

ADHD Owner's Manual Workbooks

The downloadable workbook is a "manual" that helps ADHDers channel their interests, strengths and skills into work that is fulfilling, with tools to discover and embed these practices in the day-to-day. We also created a workbook that enables women with ADHD to manage their physical, mental, emotional, and hormonal health. Other workbooks available.

Referral to ADHD services

We refer neurodivergents to vetted service providers that conduct private neurodivergence assessments, coaching, and therapy via an intersectional lens. We are currently building a directory of consultants for the workplace and school.

Who We’ve Worked With


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
Thanks Samantha – so much growth and survival shared by so many. You held such a gentle and much needed space today – hope you feel proud.
Atif Choudhury
CEO, Diversity & Ability
Sam recently contributed to Uptimize’s neurodiversity virtual event on the subject of women with ADHD in the workplace. She is well spoken and knowledgeable, and we had a tremendous response in both event engagement and positive reviews post event. She contributed valuable ADHD research and insights into the event and I would love to have her back again!
Lauren Hawthorne
Marketing Manager, Uptimize
From the first moment of contact with Sam I was struck by her commitment, passion and professionalism. Sam wanted context, she wanted to talk to our members and find out what they wanted and needed other people to know about their experiences – and what needed to change and why. Sam really cares, and wanted to make the talk we asked her to give as relevant, impactful and powerful as possible. Which she did.
Ed Dupree
Neurodiversity Support Group Co-Lead, Arm

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