Specialisms: Diversity and Inclusion training and consultancy.
Simon Minty has delivered public speaking, training and consultancy, in diversity and inclusion since the early 2000s. Based in London, his work is international. He works with many clients from small NGOs to multinational corporations. This international work has helped Simon develop a broader understanding of different cultural approaches to disability.
He also has a creative side, co-hosting two podcasts, BBC Ouch! and The Way We Roll. Regularly on Gogglebox to reviewing The Papers for the BBC News channel. He co-created and produced the sell-out Edinburgh Fringe comedy show Abnormally Funny People in 2005 and 2015.
Simon is a Non-executive director of Motability Operations. He is on the board of The National Theatre and co-Chair of StopGap Dance. He is an Ambassador to the Business Disability Forum and Business Disability International. He also helped establish the Disability Media Alliance Project in California.
Simon has a Post Graduate Diploma in Disability Management at Work and a BSc (Joint Hons) in Philosophy and Sociology, both from City University in London. He has personal experience of disability being of short stature and limited mobility. He uses a mobility scooter for distance.