Fleur joined Business Disability Forum as a Senior Business Disability Partner at Business Disability Forum in 2020.
Prior to joining Business Disability Forum, Fleur worked in roles for 10 years in the public and third sectors, providing access advice, consultancy and disability inclusion training. She has worked in Campaigns and Policy teams at RNIB, Crisis, Leonard Cheshire, and Guide Dogs to campaign on issues of financial inclusion, and the accessibility of transport and patient health information. She has experience of managing large volunteer programmes with a focus of opening up opportunities for disabled people to participate, e.g. the Big Lottery-funded ‘Can Do’ programme and Tate Gallery’s volunteer programme.
She has chaired several Access networks, including Tate’s staff disability network, working with senior leaders in the arts sector to improve their inclusion agendas for disabled staff and visitors. She is a Trustee for Action Space, and outside of work is a practising artist and local councillor.
At Business Disability Forum Fleur acts as a Strategic Advisor to several large public and private sector organisations.