Over the past few years with a number of movements emerging, I am seeing a shift in the way that more diverse voices are being heard and presented.

It strikes me as I see a famous wheelchair tennis player with an impressive career now retiring, explain how when he started there were so few people watching him and now the stadiums are packed for his games. It strikes me seeing women of colour taking the lead in the D&I space, leading the conversation. I have also noticed schools now hiring specialised teachers to teach neurodiverse students.

While I am always cognisant that the journey is a long one, it is reassuring to see these shifts occur and recognition of the multiplicities of diversity coming to the fore.