Navigating life’s journey can present unique challenges, especially for those of us who are neurodiverse. Sometimes, we may search for the correct answers to unlock a positive path forward but are unsure which questions to ask. I draw upon my personal journey, thriving with Tourette Syndrome, to share real-life experiences that resonate with the neurodiverse community and audiences.
As a neurodiverse public speaker and presenter, I specialise in harnessing the insights of educational neuroscience to explore the diverse opportunities and pathways available for professionals. My focus lies in delivering keynote talks and presentations to academic and corporate organisations, particularly emphasising themes such as the neuroscience of the neurodiverse brain and the transformative power of stories.
In my ongoing pursuit of knowledge and expertise, I added a Master of Educational Neuroscience to my qualifications, further deepening my understanding of the neurodiverse mind. This complemented my skills in Business in Trades and Training, a Bachelor’s Degree in Adult Education, Vocational and Workplace Training, and a Master of Education degree in Career Development, which equips me to engage in meaningful and inclusive discussions that cater to diverse audiences.
I’ve had the privilege of mentoring individuals of all ages and guiding them toward fulfilling life outcomes. I’m here to extend that guidance to you and your professional team.
Thank you for visiting my page, and I look forward to discussing your next neurodiverse-focused presentation.