Louisa Hackford-Gentle

Louisa has a background in healthcare, having a level three BTEC health and social care qualification as well as holding a diploma in Adult Nursing. One of her many passions include her pets, most notably her pet rats whom she adores and regularly spoils with treats and new toys.

Rose Robbins

Rose is a children's book illustrator and author who spends most of her time trialling different methods of finding the perfect work-life balance. She finds having a cat helps. Rose has worked for many years amplifying the voices of autistic adults and young people in various settings. She was diagnosed as autistic at age 27.

Benjamin-Rose Ingall

Benjamin-Rose is a non-binary (they/them) neurodiverse adult. They have studied psychology at undergraduate & postgraduate levels and have worked for Autistic Nottingham for over a year as a Personal Assistant.

Claire Smith

Claire is the CEO of Autistic Nottingham and has been a qualified disability advocate for over 10yrs. She's now taking it in a new direction making advocacy accessible and appropriate for people on the Spectrum