Public Speaking and Presenting

If you’re looking for a meticulous and high-brow public speaking professional… I’m probably not the person for you.

If, however, you’re looking for a chatty and more informal speaker to share their reality at your event or project, count me in!

Whether you’re wanting to engage your employees or prospective clients or hoping reach a whole new audience, I know just how important it is to communicate stories that leave a lasting impact. Over the past few years, I’ve spoken on panels, hosted webinars for various businesses and organisations, presented podcast episodes, advocated for causes on television and radio, and in 2019, I ticked a big ol’ thing off my bucket list and gave my first TEDx talk.

As a disabled person, it feels important to say that I do not embody or support the classic ‘you can do ANYTHING you put your mind to!!!’ trope most often seen in the media. I’m not a superhero, I’m not ‘overcoming’ my illness or beating the odds… instead, my emphasis is on doing the best you can with what you have, finding creative solutions to the barriers you face, and following nobody’s path but your own. If you’ll have me, I’d love to share that with you!

Work with me


  • Public speaking
  • Panelist engagements
  • Seminar and webinar hosting
  • Interview and Q&A collaborations
  • Podcast episodes (host or guest!)
  • YouTube and social media collaborations
  • Subject expert contributions for television and radio
  • Media case studies for charities and social enterprises

Previous projects:

  • BBC Ouch Presenter
  • TEDx Speaker 2019
  • Company guest talks, presentations, and webinars
  • The Bloglancer online events
  • TV, Radio, and media work

Subject expertise:

  • Chronic and invisible/less-visible disabilities
  • Living and working with long-term fatigue
  • Energy Limiting Conditions and the social model of disability
  • Inclusive education for disabled students
  • Accessible employment for people with long-term conditions
  • Online advocacy and social media use in patient communities
  • The role of diverse influencers in positive impact marketing
  • ‘Everyday Ableism’ and challenging the stigma around disability
  • Diversity, equality and inclusion in talent acquisition
  • Inclusive language training and dismantling harmful narratives of chronic illness
  • Educational and health psychology in policy and practice

For on and off-screen media enquiries, please email Phoebe Sinclair at [email protected]