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The Mission

Seeking to make support for neurodivergent individuals accessible, holistic and inclusive to marginalised communities (women & non-binary people)




CEO & Founder

A practicing certified ADHD coach & neurodiversity consultant. An aspiring writer (trying to write my first book on women & ADHD, ADHD & entrepreneurship).. 

Kim was diagnosed with dyslexia and ADHD as an adult which helped explain why she was suffering from depression and burnout regularly. 

Having felt frustrated at the lack of support for neurodiverse people in the education system and in workplaces, Kim wants to build a platform to empower neurodiverse people to manage their health and navigate the working world. 

The vision is for Own Your Flair to be the go-to platform for supporting neurodiverse individuals in workplaces. 

She has two cats and enjoys taking part in drama classes. 

About Me.

ADHD Coaching:
Kim now works as a Certified ADHD coach where she coaches people with ADHD (diagnosed or non-diagnosed, and often with other neurodiversities) 1:1. Most of her client base are women/ non-binary people who have been diagnosed with ADHD as an adult.

Neurodiversity consulting & public speaker
She also works as a neurodiversity consultant where she works with organizations to develop training to make organizations more neuro-inclusive. She is also a sought-after public speaker who frequently discusses ADHD and
women, neurodiversity and intersectionality, entrepreneurship and neurodiversity. Some of her clients have been Shell, LSE Generate, Pollinate, Frontier Economics, Sparta Global, HSBC, Sky Creative. 

Creative and entrepreneur 
Kim is a writer who frequently sharing her thoughts on her LinkedIn and Medium blog posts. She has written for several publications including she is currently completing a journalism diploma and working on writing her first book. She is passionate about advocating for neurodiverse people to lean into entrepreneurship and is keen to work with organisations who also want to work towards this. 

More details 

Educational and profesisonal background 

Kim studied a BSc in Economic history and MSc in Population and Development at the London School of Economics and Political science. She started her career as a management consultant at PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) and spent some time working as a Research associate at Wellington Management International. After being diagnosed with ADHD, she left her job in finance and worked in several industries including the film industry, higher education industry, and at a start-up. this is also the time where she pursued her certification to become an ADHD coach. 

Publications or Awards 

Kim writes regularly on her
She has written for
And has been named as one of the top 50 neurodivergent women of 2022 

She is part of the ADHD staring back at me campaign 
She has also been featured on a Channel 4 documentary about ADHD

Profesisonal affilitations

Kim trained as an ADHD coach at the International ADHD Center (a ICF certified training provider)
She is part of the Acco ADHD coaching association 

She regularly volunteers for ADHD UK charity 

“You can watch the event replay in the Minds@Work community library here.

Minds@Work is free to join and open to all. It’s a great place to meet people who care about mental health in the workplace.”


Thank you to our partners who are supporting us on our mission 

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