Tumi Sotire

Tumi, a British-born Nigerian with Dyspraxia, founded The Black Dyspraxic to highlight intersectionality in neurodiversity. Awarded the Mary Colley Award from the Dyspraxia Foundation for advocacy, he advises the Centre for Neurodiversity at Work at Birkbeck University and the Co-Production Board for Neurodiversity in Business. Tumi, a judge for the Genius Within Neurodiversity Awards, also contributes to The Diverse Creative CIC Future Leader’s Advisory Board and Noetic’s Community Advisory Board. Through his diverse roles, Tumi actively promotes inclusion and empowerment within neurodiverse communities, driven by his personal experiences and dedication to fostering understanding and support.


Day 1
July 24, 2024
3:25 pm

Panel Discussion E: Diverse Minds, Inclusive Spaces: Embracing Neurodiversity Together

24 July
Time:  3:25 pm - 4:05 pm

In this session, our panelists will explore the full spectrum of neurodiversity and its importance in fostering inclusive environments. From understanding different neurotypes to promoting acceptance and accommodation, we'll explore how organisations can create supportive spaces that celebrate the unique strengths and talents of neurodiverse individuals.

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