Victoria Jenkins is an award winning adaptive designer, disability advocate, speaker & writer. After becoming disabled in her mid-20s, Victoria founded Unhidden, a highly successful & socially responsible adaptive fashion range for people with disabilities. In early 2021 she wrote her first book, The Little Book of Ableism, as a guide to help non disabled people learn simple & easy ways to communicate with the community & be accessible in their private & professional lives. Victoria is also a brand ambassador for Models of Diversity & TEDx Speaker.
Mark Esho MBE is the Founder of Easy Internet & Access Rating CIC. He is also a motivational speaker & a bestselling author, following his acclaimed autobiography, I can. I will. which became a number one bestseller on Amazon. Mark has & Pensions to change attitudes around employing disabled people & created the Circle Foundation; a social enterprise which supports disabled entrepreneurs. Throughout a highly successful business career, Mark has received multiple awards, including the winner of first ever National Diversity Award for Business Excellence, Director of the Year SME – Small & the Institute of Director’s East Midlands Director of the Year Award for Inclusivity. In the 2021 New Year’s Honour list, Mark was awarded an MBE for services to business.
Sarah is a serial entrepreneur, who is better known to many as Wheelie Momma blogger.
She is a sought-after motivational speaker, publishes an online magazine Wheelie Momma Life, a Gentlebirth antenatal instructor & a published author with her first children’s book “My Mum’s A Superhero”. She is also currently working on her autobiography “I’ll Show You”
In the 2021 New Year’s Honours List, Sarah was awarded an MBE for her charitable services to people with disabilities.
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With heartfelt thanks to the following organisations & their staff for wearing our purple socks to celebrate IDPD & caring enough to create opportunity for disabled-owned businesses & entrepreneurs.
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