Disability Rights Activist
Vix Jensen is an activist, public speaker, and writer with a Master’s degree in education and psychology. She was born with cerebral palsy. Her work focuses on freelance public speaking and writing, with a view to promoting the inclusion of disabled people in feminist conversations and spaces. She has given keynote addresses, led workshops, and facilitated discussions for schools, corporations, conferences, and other events across the US and the UK. She has published written work around disability, diversity, and inclusion for organizations including Scope and Diversability, and has also contributed to national newspapers, such as The Sun.