Rebecca, a member of our Advisory Panel, was diagnosed with ADD in her 30s. In this blog, she writes about the discrimination she faced, learning to love her brain and how her Work it Out coach helped her on the path to finding an employer who celebrates her neurodiversity.
As the cost of living rises, Aisha writes about rationing water and skipping meals to make it to the end of the month. But, being involved with Young Women's Trust has helped her feel like she can create change for herself and other young women.
In May 2022, 25 young women came along to our Young Women’s Advisory Panel residential weekend.
In this blog, panel newbie Aisling writes about the confidence she found sharing experiences with supportive and inspirational women from all over the country.
Zoe is a member of the Young Women's Advisory Panel and a peer researcher. In this blog, she talks about connecting to a community through Young Women's Trust and how we should all find our people and cheer them on.