Josephine Davidoff

Josephine Davidoff is a proudly neurodivergent (Autistic and ADHD) disability activist from the UK. She has personal experience of fighting for equal rights in the workplace including for disability adjustments and brings a wide background of insights and lived experiences, including for disabled individuals who are often overlooked, such as women, LGBTQ+, people of colour and those with invisible (‚hidden‘) disabilities.

She currently works in Income Generation for Ambitious About Autism, a UK charity working to support and empower autistic young people and children, in a range of settings, including providing disability confident employment and development opportunities.
She is currently training her ex-racing rescue Greyhound, Ralphie as an Autism and Psychiatric Assistance Dog for her disabilities. At the DialoguePerspectives Autumn Seminar 2022, she will be one of our panelists.
˝Thanks to DialoguePerspectives I have encountered inspiring people who have expanded, and also completely changed, my understanding of religion, engagement, and encounter. The interdisciplinarity of the programme combined with the high standards everyone holds each other to have made DialoguePerspectives a formative experience for me.

Till, DialoguePerspectives alumnus