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Kamran Mallick - Chief Executive

Kamran Mallick joined Disability Rights UK as its Chief Executive in July 2017. He is the former Chief Executive of Action on Disability, the Hammersmith-based disability organisation, where he worked for 12 years.

Kamran has also worked for the spinal injury charity Aspire as well as running his own training and consultancy business.

He serves on the boards of the Lyric Hammersmith and Wheels for Wellbeing. He is a former chair of Candoco dance company and board member of Inclusion London. He is also a member of Transport for London’s Independent Disability Advisory Group.

Sue Bott - Deputy Chief Executive

Sue Bott, a disabled person with visual impairment from birth, has been active in the disability movement in the UK for many years. 

Currently she is Deputy Chief Executive at Disability Rights UK.

Previously she was Chief Executive of the National Centre for Independent Living and before that spent fifteen years working for a Centre for Independent Living (Shropshire Disability Consortium) initially as its development worker and latterly as its Chief Officer. 

She has a first degree in political theory and institutions and a masters degree in public service management.  She lives in Kent and has two grown up children.

Sue was awarded a CBE in 2014 in recognition of services to people with disabilities and their families.