Inclusive tourism, access and social enterprise practitioner
Katie Clarke has specialist skills in accessible tourism. She operates in the field of global accessible tourism with her work being high on Visit England’s strategic agenda.
As a parent of a disabled child, Katie delivers her training courses from personal experience and with great insight and passion. She is also a prominent member of a number leading tourism groups including the Visit England Think Tank on Accessible Tourism, a Fellow of the Centre for Welfare Reform, an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and an Associate of the Tourism Society Consultants Network.
Katie Clarke endeavours to ensure that hotels, attractions and venues increase the confidence of their staff, provide a warm welcome and give great customer service to everyone. She has worked with many well known organisations including the National Trust, English Heritage and Yorkshire Great Houses and Castles.