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Pippa Stacey

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Pippa Stacey is an award-winning writer, blogger, and speaker, who shares her lived experiences of disability. Her work reaches and resonates with thousands of people online and in-person, and for the last two years she has been named in the prestigious Disability Power 100 as one of the most influential disabled people in the UK.

She uses her online platforms to advocate for a more inclusive world and empower people to live the life they choose, and also enjoys working with high-profile brands close to her heart. These include Visit England, National Theatre, Penguin Books, BBC iPlayer, and plenty more.

Among her proudest accomplishments are being honoured at the Olivier Awards for making theatre more accessible for all, winning ‘Best Chronic Illness Blog’ by Creative Impact Co, and using her influence to advocate for systemic change for people with long-term illnesses like her own. However, her proudest accomplishment has been becoming a trusted voice in the disability sphere, enabling her to grow a thriving online audience and help them to find practical and inclusive ways to go after their dreams too.

Pippa is a published author with a real passion for writing, and a self-diagnosed bookworm too. In her free time she also enjoys musical theatre and fundraising, and you’ll usually find her plotting world domination while wearing novelty pyjamas and a cup of tea in hand.