This multi-speaker day event at Birmingham Hippodrome combines talks, workshops and discussion to reframe your knowledge and offers tools to change how you and your organisation work in addressing challenges around inclusivity.
As part of Culturehive’s spotlight on the forthcoming AMA Inclusivity and Audiences event, we want to highlight the work of some of the speakers you can look forward to hearing from. Learn more about them below, and find out more about the day – and how to book – here
Stella Kanu is Executive Director at LIFT (London International Festival of Theatre). Previously, as Executive Producer at Ovalhouse, she spent 4 years overseeing a comprehensive artistic, organisational and community-led transition as Ovalhouse constructed London’s newest purpose built £15m theatre in Brixton. Read more about Stella here
Michelle is Senior Arts Development Officer for Cambridge City Council. She manages the Cambridgeshire Culture Card scheme, and is a member of the MyCambridge Cultural Education Partnership. Find out more about Michelle here
Jane Cordell has worked as a musician, lecturer, editor, diplomat and is now a Director of social enterprise, Result CIC, which provides coaching and personal development training to marginalised people. Jane became deaf in her early 20’s and has worked in Finland and Poland as well as the UK.
Her experience of the highs and lows of being one of a tiny number of senior professional deaf women has helped inform her equality campaigning work. You can find her full biography here
Dr Martin Glynn
Dr Martin Glynn is an experienced and internationally renowned criminologist, educator, theatre director, and dramatist with over 35 years’ experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings. Learn more about Martin
From Here to Humility TED Talk (video)
Find out more about the exciting speakers lined up for the day at the IAD page