Nathaniel Hawley is a successful social entrepreneur, trustee of youth social action charity, VInspired and a dyspraxia peer support charity, Dyspraxic Me. Nathaniel is an avid campaigner for people with learning differences such as dyslexia, which led him to be nominated for a Pride of Britain award and have received recognition in person & in a speech by HRH The Prince of Wales.
He’s now a freelance filmmaker, having studied Television Production at Bournemouth University, and has worked in media, including at the London Olympics in broadcasting services, as well as collaborating with the BBC and smaller production companies.
Nathaniel worked at the Prince’s Trust in youth outreach and then Media Trust where he was responsible for coordinating and delivering ‘The Vlogstar Challenge’, involving vlogging workshops and competition for over 2000, 16-25 year olds.
He’s recently joined Exceptional Individuals, the first employment partnership for dyslexic people, as Partnership & Community Manager, building on the passion that first inspired Nathaniel to campaign for the rights of people with disabilities.