Meg Hatfield

Meg is a Neurodivergent and Disability Activist & Advocate, and works freelance as a ‘Theatrical Disability, Accessibility and Welfare advisor’ and Photographer. After recently graduating in the class of 2023 from BA English and Drama she is now studying Psychology Conversion Master’s at the University of Exeter. She is Co-lead of Exeter’s Disability Campaign, a member of the education team for the Disability Charity LUNA, previous Campaigns and Causes officer for Exeter’s NDSS and worked as EDI advisor for non-physical disability for the guild. Meg pioneered the role of Theatrical Disability, Accessibility and Welfare advisor to ensure that minority representation in productions is accurate and not stereotyped. She advocates for primary lived experience to advise every stage of the theatrical process for in order to ensure that voices are platformed rather than spoken over. Meg is fighting for Inclusion, accessibility and disability representation.

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