Brian Wall

UK Accessibility Lead

Brian Wall embraces life with creativity and determination. Living with mild dyslexia and Charcot Marie-Tooth, a Hereditary Motor Sensory Neuropathy condition effecting peripheral nerves, impacting on mobility and dexterity, Brian has turned these challenges into strengths, seeing the world in a unique and vibrant way.

As Chair of the Disability Inclusion Network and an Employee Forum Representative, Brian plays a vital role in advocating for the rights and inclusion of disabled people. His expertise extends to being a Professional Member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals, where he contributes to advancing global accessibility practices. He is also an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, specialising in learning and organisational development.

Brian has made significant contributions to the Department of Health/NHS Executive Equalities Team's "Looking Beyond Labels" guidance, challenging stereotypes and promoting inclusivity. With nearly two decades of experience at Sopra Steria, Brian possesses a wealth of knowledge about the organisation and has held various roles during his tenure.

Known for his practicality, engaging personality, and positive outlook, Brian is described as a tenacious individual who isn't afraid to speak up when necessary. His ability to connect with others and tell compelling stories is fuelled by his dyslexia, resulting in a remarkably creative mind.

In addition to his remarkable achievements, Brian is an ex-professional musician and martial artist. He dedicated 50 years to martial arts, reaching the impressive rank of 7th Dan Black Belt and teaching internationally. Though his body no longer allows them to continue, his passion and expertise remain a testament to his determination and perseverance.

Outside of his professional endeavours, Brian finds joy in his personal life. He is happily married and a proud parent of two grown-up children. 

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How AI can be an accessibility gamechanger for all

| Brian Wall

AI boasts potential opportunity to build and enable a fully inclusive society with everyone able to benefit from tools and technology that improve accessibility.