Charlie Hart is a highly-experienced HR professional and speaker on Neurodiversity and Intersectionality with a focus on Autism, ADHD and LGBTQIA+ inclusion.
Charlie has 25 years of knowledge and experience of HR systems and management information, employment legislation and emerging case law, HR and management best practice where she has also been involved in employee resource groups (ERGs) and EDI steering groups.
With lived experience as a late-diagnosed neurodivergent working mum of a neurodivergent child, Charlie is well placed to talk about autism and ADHD within the family unit and workplace.
Charlie identifies as a “Queer AuDHDer”, and strives to be a positive visible role model for Autism, ADHD, bi/pan, C-PTSD, and Weird Pride.
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Charlie, who is a CIPD-qualified HR professional, and JEDI Consultant (Justice, Equality, Diversity, Inclusion), set up her own consultancy Ausome Charlie five years ago with a focus on belonging and inclusion.
She is a highly-experienced, CIPD qualified HR professional, with lived experience of multiple neurodivergence, Autism, ADHD, complex trauma, complex PTSD, child-loss, bereavement through suicide, and more. Charlie’s talks are always tailored to suit the topic and the demographic, and she does not shy away from the most difficult topics.
Through her practice she has become an intersectional and neurodiversity advocate for LGBTQIA+ and positive visible role model for AuDHD and CPTSD.
Prior to starting her own consultancy, she had 25 years HR experience in both the corporate and charity sectors, including work for Barclays Bank, the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Together for Mental Wellbeing.
Ausome Charlie Hart can help you foster a culture of psychological safety and wellbeing in your organisation, where all kinds of minds can thrive, bringing business benefits, a win: win.
“Working with Charlie at Together for Mental Wellbeing was a great experience for me and I learned a huge amount from her in the insightful and collaborative way she spoke a bout a multitude of important issues within equality and diversity.”
Martin Fewster, Senior Communications Officer, Together for Mental Wellbeing.
‘Charlie is an inspirational speaker on intersectionality. Her webinar on the double rainbow truly was the most honest and engaging talk, which truly led to much needed open conversations. I highly recommend getting in touch and seeing how she can support you/ your companies’.
— Jenny McLaughlin, Heathrow Airport
‘Charlie delivered an excellent and interactive presentation to staff on supporting neurodiverse colleagues in the workplace. It was informative, honest and compelling due to her own lived experiences and helped us to embed a culture of inclusion in our group of schools. Would highly recommend’.
— Michelle Gabriel FCIPD, Director of People at Washwood Heath Multi Academy Trust