An Associate Consultant and Trainer for the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion, David Hull-Watters, is a Disability and Neurodiversity in the Workplace, LGBTQ+ and Unconscious Bias Specialist. Additionally, he supports individual clients and businesses as a Wellbeing Coach.
Most recently, he has worked with the British Transport Police, Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service, and the British Library, on projects to enhance working supportively with neurodivergent colleagues and clients; with Bristol-Myers Squibb, bulk, SuperDry, Clear Score, Enfield Council, Maven, Square Trade Ltd and the University of Glasgow to develop their inclusion agenda with regards to LGBTQ+ employees and has delivered talks and training on Disability Awareness, Unconscious Bias for the British Science Association, Health Recovery Solutions, London Early Years Foundation, Santander UK, Tisski, University of Reading and the NHS.
Significantly, he is a winner of a Vodaphone World of Difference Award, a National Diversity Award 2014, shortlisted for a European Diversity Award 2015, an Excellence in Diversity Award 2015 and the Diversity Champion Award: Education Sector at The Excellence in Diversity Awards 2017.
David is the founder and coordinator of the award-winning international Give ‘em Hope Campaign; a Marriage Equality Pioneer who successfully campaigned for a change in marriage legislation by taking a legal case to the European Court of Human Rights with Equal Love UK ; and he is the Sexuality Lead for National Hate Crime Awareness Week.
He is the writer of Never Blend In – LGBTQ+ Stories of Resilience and Empowerment, and has written the foreword for Retreating Forward: A Spiritual Practice with Transgender Persons by David Elias Weekley.
“I would highly recommend any company to employ his services to increase the emotional wellbeing of staff, raise the awareness of staff diversity within management, to develop a fully inclusive workplace and to raise business productivity”
“Thank you for this, really, really helpful, especially the reminder/confirmation, that what will help, helps us all, so the methods and approaches to inclusivity don’t need to be seen as targeted, so much as best practice”
“Thank you so much for the session David! It was really insightful and inspiring”