Open Call | Help explore how organisations can evolve to achieve neurodivergent equity
Want to help explore how organisations can evolve to achieve neurodivergent equity? techUK member Atkins is partnering with NeuroCyber, on a joint research project and we’re seeking views in this online survey.
Everyone is invited and able to contribute to this research project by completing a voluntary, anonymous survey, including those who identify as neurodivergent (whether you have a formal diagnosis or not), and those who identify as neurotypical.
The term neurodivergent encompasses a series of conditions including: ADHD, autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, tic disorders, and many others; whilst neurotypical references those with who have typical neurology: this joint project is titled ‘NeuroUnity – Many Minds, One Mission’ and its mission is to create actionable recommendations based on your real experiences, to make the workplace more equitable, diverse and inclusive.
Share your experiences here.
Please note that this survey closes on Monday 10 October 2022.
Dan leads the techUK Cyber Security programme, having originally joined techUK in August 2017 as a Programme Manager working across the Cyber and Defence programmes. He is responsible for managing techUK's work across the cyber security eco-system, bringing industry together with key stakeholders across the public and private sectors. Dan also provides the industry secretariat for the Cyber Growth Partnership, the industry and Governmnet conduit for supporting growth across the sector. A key focus of his work is to strengthen the public-private partnership across cyber security to support further development of UK cyber security policy.
Before joining techUK he worked as Forum Lead for the Westminster eForum. In this role he had a focus on the technology and telecoms space, on issues ranging from Broadband and Mobile Infrastructure, the Internet of Things, Cyber Security, Data and diversity in tech. Dan has a BA in History from the University of Liverpool.
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Jill is techUK’s Programme Manager for Cyber Security and Central Government, supporting the work of both programme teams and promoting better engagement between the public and tech sectors.
Prior to joining techUK, Jill worked as a Senior Caseworker for an MP, advocating for local communities, businesses and individuals, so she is particularly committed to techUK’s vision of harnessing the power of technology to improve people’s lives. Jill is also an experienced editorial professional and has delivered copyediting and writing services for public-body and SME clients as well as publishers.