Michelle Daley

Embracing strength, diversity, and resilience in every story shared.


Hello! I’m Michelle Daley and I’m a proud black disabled woman. I was born and raised in the East End of London to Jamaican parents that moved to England in the 1950’s. I have worked in the disability field for over 15 years on international, national and local issues for public sector and voluntary organisations. I am privileged that through my work I am able to express myself and support others to do the same.

I've recently been appointed by Transport for All and Inclusion London to deliver Disability Equality Training to their clients London Underground and UBER. Here’s where you can find out more about my career background.

Why follow me?

Through endless surfing it is clear that there is a lack of representation by British black disabled people in archives and on-line particularly from British black disabled women. I want to share resources including some of my own works, post blogs and for you to share your own experiences.

If you’re interested in collaborative working, want to follow me or have a question then here’s how you can reach me: 

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Massive thanks to Connectin-People for helping me build the site and also to my dear nephew, Little Geek for proof reading the pages.