David Hull-Watters

Conscious Inclusion & Cultural Enhancement Specialist, Winner Of The Vodaphone World Of Difference Award & The National Diversity Award 2014

How to hire David Hull-Watters

Contact the Champions Speakers agency to provisionally enquire about David Hull-Watters for your event today. Simply call a booking agent on 0207 1010 553 or email us at [email protected] for more information.

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David's official speaking topics are listed below.

  • An introduction to equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Unconscious bias/conscious bias
  • Developing a disability confident culture
  • Working supportively with neurodivergent colleagues
  • Simple support strategies when working neurodivergent colleagues
  • Neurodiversity within policing, prisons and probation
  • Neurodiversity within education
  • A holistic approach to mental health and wellbeing at work
  • LGBTQ+ awareness
  • NEVER BLEND IN - LGBTQ+ stories of resilience and empowerment

David is often booked as a speaker for events, read his latest feedback below. 

"The session with David went awesome! Thanks for all of your help coordinating the speaker and event." - Olivia, Health Recovery Solutions

"David's observance of human behaviour and ability to go straight to the heart of the problem is to be praised" - National Probation Service

"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" - National Probation Service

"The presentation was fantastic, and I think it was really lovely having so much time to go over questions from colleagues. It was so informative and helpful, and I’m sure lots of the attendees (including myself) will feel really supported and empowered to receive the support they need thanks to your time! It’s really nice to see things like this begin to pop up more and more at the BL" - British Library, Neurodiversity at Work

"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" - British Library, Neurodiversity at Work

"Thank you very much to David for his talk and to the network for organising! Very informative and with practical information for supporting all colleagues." - British Library, Neurodiversity at Work

"Thank you very much for such an informative talk. Good practical advice" - Pride in Education Conference

"Thank you so much for the session David! It was really insightful and inspiring" - Pride in Education Conference

"David has a wealth of experience delivering training, teaching and learning to a wide age group and in a variety of contexts. This is evident in his delivery style which is inclusive, supportive and also ‘challenging’ to encourage learners to think and develop" - Quality Improvement & Performance Manager, Sparsholt College

"David’s enthusiastic, committed and passionate ethos towards E&D and inclusivity has led to a range of inspirational training sessions. David has won the hearts and minds of staff in two very different contexts (one a tertiary college and the other a land-based college 15 miles apart). In addition to the well-planned and structured sessions for academic staff, David has responded to the needs of business support staff and delivered a series of differentiated respect sessions, to meet their needs. The impact of the sessions is evident in both classroom-based activities and tutorials. The feedback from which has been overwhelmingly positive" - Quality Improvement & Performance Manager, Sparsholt College

"We had such a great time on Friday, David is a lovely man and is so knowledgeable. Staff spoke to me after the session and said that this was the best on they had even been to!" - Massimo, Enfield Council

  • Founder of the Give 'em Hope Campaign and the RESPECT Program
  • Winner of the Vodaphone World of Difference Award 
  • 2014 National Diversity Award recipient 
  • Shortlisted for the 2015 European Diversity Award 
  • Nominated for an Excellence in Diversity Award 2015 
  • Shortlisted for the Diversity Champion Award: Education Sector at the Excellence in Diversity Awards 2017 
  • Author of Never Blend In- LGBTQ+ Stories of Resilience and Empowerment