25th November 18
Last week we were thrilled to see our incredible co-founder and TAP Managing Director Liz Johnson named as one of the women on the prestigious BBC 100 Women list.
The BBC 100 Women list celebrates inspiring and influential women from around the world, from leaders and trailblazers, to everyday heroes. Liz joins the list alongside household names such Chelsea Clinton and Jameela Jamil.
On being included in the list, Liz said:
“I’m absolutely delighted to have been included in this year’s BBC 100 Women list. To be recognised along with such passionate and hard-working women is an incredible honour.
“These one hundred women come from around the world, representing every imaginable discipline across a range of ages, and demonstrate that women all over the globe are pioneering and pushing hard for change.
“This recognition is fantastic in highlighting the work of TAP and all we aim to achieve. I hope this helps shine the spotlight on the disability employment gap and encourages more employers to focus on ability rather than disability.”
You can see the full BBC 100 Women list here.
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