The Beaten Path, Understanding the roadmap to inclusion – Facilitated by Ellie Lowther FRSA

Inclusive Companies

Inclusive Companies Webinars
10th November 2021 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Europe/London Timezone
Online Webinar
Inclusive Companies


The world is perceived as an ever-changing place and businesses of all sizes can benefit from having a deeper understanding of what inclusion looks and feels like for some of the most marginalised in our society. Understanding the roadmap to inclusion is essential for any forward-thinking company.

Ellie Lowther will be joining us for our webinar during Trans Awareness month with a thought provoking perspective on how businesses, and wider society can reap the benefit of being truly inclusive. Ellie has a vast amount of experience in this area and sees a radical way forward that can help change perspectives towards a more inclusive world.


Ellie Lowther brings her own unique style to the world of diversity & inclusion. Making a real difference wherever she delivers. Ellie has personally overcome so much in life which makes her sunny positive attitude even more remarkable.

Ellie’s roots are firmly in the voluntary sector, Charity founder, Ellie created the first trans specific “our house” project in the UK which attracted a visit from Radio 1 newsbeat! She now brings those values and her passion for inclusion to the world of business with her social purpose company Essential Learning Curve Ltd and works across many sectors, including Colleges, Prisons, Health care, public and private sector. Ellie is most proud of her work with National Citizen Service where she has delivered awareness to thousands of young people over the last 4 years.

Working across such a broad range of areas, she has valuable insight into trans inclusion within the workplace and wider society. Ellie was recognised for the work she does in 2019 as an NDA finalist in the Positive Role Model category.