Nadia Clarke (UK)
Nadia lives in Yorkshire. She is deaf and has cerebral palsy. As a writer and advocate she has spoken at the UK Houses of Parliament and campaigned for the right to a mainstream education. She has since gone on to speak at conferences and deliver training to University social care students. She currently works as a Travel Ambassador for Inclu-Travel, the focus of which is travel accessibility and opportunities for all. Recently Nadia won an award for ‘Best Individual Employer’ at The Accolades. She continues to fulfil her dreams, travelling world-wide.
Stephanie Esther Fam (SG)
Stephanie is an abstract artist, poet and advocate who speaks out for the disabled community in Singapore. In 2018, she ventured into theatre-making and performed a self-written monologue MUM at Centre 42 as part of Project Tandem’s Making a Stand, and was cast in And Suddenly I Disappear: The Singapore ‘d’ Monologues, the first disability-led theatre collaboration between Singapore and UK. Most recently, she was a writer-performer for What If as part of the M1 Peer Pleasure Youth Theatre Festival 2020 presented online. Her collection of 51 poems Shades was published in 2021.
Lily Goh (SG)
Lily Goh is a Deaf sign language teacher, musician and media producer based in Singapore. She is the founder of ExtraOrdinary Horizons, a Deaf-owned enterprise that raises public awareness about the Deaf Community and advocates for Deaf Music.
She was a recipient of the Singapore Woman Award 2014 and won the Humanitarian and/or Voluntary Leadership in Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World 2017.
Performing since 1989, she performs visual theatrics, Deaf Music and percussion. She has a Degree in Sociology with Communication at the Singapore University of Social Sciences. She wishes to continue making breakthroughs in the Deaf performing arts scene in Singapore.
Lim Lee Lee (SG)
Lim Lee Lee holds a B.A in English Language and Literature from the Open University Degree Programme of Singapore Institute of Management. She has worn many hats during her time as Senior Guide and Trainer in Dialogue in the Dark; PR and Marketing Executive for Aljunied Town Council; guide dog advocate, motivational speaker and song lyric writer. In 2017, she was Assistant Director for The Necessary Stage’s double bill, Family Secrets. As a mentee in Project Tandem, she made her first stage appearance in the Unlimited Commission And Suddenly I Disappear: The Singapore ‘d’ Monologues in May 2018. Lee Lee is also a SYNC alumni, a training programme specially designed for artists and arts managers with disability wanting to make a difference in and through the arts.