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University of Technology Sydney
Simon Darcy specialises in developing inclusive organisational approaches for diversity groups.
Australian Institute of Sport
Richard Nicholson is a Paralympic powerlifting and athletics competitor and has competed at five successive Paralympic Games from the 1996 to 2012 Summer Paralympics.
University of Louisville
Mary A. Hums is Professor of Sport Administration at the University of Louisville and Research Fellow with the Inclusive Sports Initiative at the Institute for Human Centered Design.
Queensland University of Technology
Dr Erin O’Brien is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, at the Queensland University of Technology, where she teaches and researches in the areas of politics and social justice.
Founding Director – The Inclusion Club
A practitioner in inclusive physical activity for almost 40 years, Ken is currently Senior lecturer and project advisor on inclusive sport at the University of Worcester, UK.
Mt Royal University
David is Professor of Sport Management at Mt. Royal University and Research Fellow with the Inclusive Sports Initiative at the Institute for Human Centered Design.
Eli A. Wolff is Director of both the Sport and Development Project at Brown University and the Inclusive Sports Initiative at the Institute for Human Centered Design.
Lesley is a regular contributor at BBC Earth, Natural History, New Scientist and BioScience and an alumna of the Science Communications Program at the Banff Centre and the Santa Fe Science Writers Workshop.
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