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The How Do I? Blog

The How Do I? Blog

#TakeFiveWith Oli Monks

"I’ve always believed in the ability for different enterprises and ventures to do social good. I’ve always been a passionate advocate of Neurodivergent people." Read today's edition of How Do I's #TakeFiveWith to find out why Oli Monks became the CEO & Founder of Place With Purpose.

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#TakeFiveWith Danielle Johnstone

"I am always excited about reducing the barriers to effective learning - whether that be with good UX and UI design, careful visual design, or accessible development." Danielle Johnstone, E-Learning Visual Designer at Kings Online and Instructional design volunteer at the Learn Appeal charity, tells us how she became passionate about making education inclusive.

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#TakeFiveWith Priti Depala

"I want to raise awareness about diverse design and creative talent in the Graphic Design industry by meeting and collaborating with various designers." Priti Depala of Priti Designs joins #TakeFiveWith to talk about her passion for Inclusive Design, Mental Health and Diversity. Find out more about this up-and-coming designer.

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#TakeFiveWith Harriet Hadley

"I wrote my Dissertation on the ‘Deficit of Female Techpreneurs’ when I realised that there was a huge gap in women working in the #technology industry." eSynergy Solutions' Harriet Hadley joins #TakeFiveWith to discuss #WomenInTech, #Inclusion & #Neurodiversity.

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#TakeFiveWith Emma Case

"I’m the founder of Women Beyond The Box, a London based platform created to amplify the voices of Smart Women who are also #Neurodivergent." Emma will also be discussing her project about the Top 50 Influential Neurodivergent Women of 2019 for #TakeFiveWith.

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#TakeFiveWith David Curtis

"It's hard to find a job, full-stop. Harder still when the system is stacked against you." David Curtis, Mencap's manager for the LIFE project with Lambeth Council and Capita, talks to #TakeFiveWith about how it aims to make hiring neurodiverse people the norm within the council.

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