Liz Johnson is a former British Paralympic swimmer and disabiled entrepreneur. The 34-year-old, who has cerebral palsy, has competed in three Paralympic Games, the World Championships and European Championships, winning multiple golds for Team GB. In 2018, Liz started up the social enterprise, The Ability People, which advises employers on how to create an inclusive workforce that includes disabled people.
Our writer, Emma Purcell, got the opportunity to interview Liz Johnson about her swimming career, sport mentoring and commentary and how The Ability People is shaping disability inclusion in the workplace.
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