"At the forefront of the neurodiversity movement" (The Messenger, 2021). Rachel is a highly-respected neurodiversity expert, and is well-known for her moving, passionate and inspiring speaking on all aspects of neurodiversity.
Rachel has both lived and professional experience of neurodiversity, as she has autism and ADHD, plus she has experienced severe mental illness (and is now recovered). She is also one of very few people in the field with a background in communications, so she understands your deadlines, can turn around your request very quickly, and can write to a tight brief. An entrepreneur of 17 years, she has been featured in over 75 national and international publications (including every UK broadsheet), local and national radio, and on live TV.
She runs a neurodiversity consultancy (Inclusively Tech) and co-founded the Neurodiversity Association.