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David E. Hull-Watters      

Inclusion, Learning & Development Specialist

David Hull-Watters has more than 25 years of experience transforming diversity across sectors through education. A former teacher, Hull-Watters has the passion and skillset to transfer his knowledge into actionable advice and utilizes his extensive career to improve corporate environments for neurodiverse people, LGBTQ+ communities, and those from under-represented backgrounds. Armed with successful strategies, Hull-Watters' energized talks are insightful for all in attendance.

As a Conscious Inclusion and Cultural Enhancement specialist, Hull-Watters is responsible for impressive change in the public and private sector and is the creator of the RESPECT program. Drawing inspiration from the Equality Act 2010, his program offers business support training on the theme of diversity and gives individuals and teams strategies to support diversity in the workplace. As part of his empowerment of all minority groups, Hull-Watters has also founded the Give ‘em Hope Campaign which contributed to the change in equal marriage legislation.

Recognized for his decades of commitment to inclusion, Hull-Watters has won the Vodaphone World of Difference Award 2010 and the National Diversity Award 2014, in addition to numerous prestigious nominations. A culmination of his expertise, Hull-Watters is the author of "Never Blend In," an accessible book that highlights role models in the LGBTQ+ community and their stories.

One of Hull-Watters’ specialist subject areas is neurodiversity, which he has raised awareness of and support for those that are considered neurodiverse. As a speaker, he explores techniques that allow workplaces to better embrace employees like those on the autism spectrum and the benefits such individuals bring to businesses. A champion of change, and renowned expert in inclusion strategies for success, Hull-Watters is one of the most transformational speakers on the circuit and has previously given talks for HRH Prison and Probation Service, Superdry, and the British Library.

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