Andrea Wright (she/her) MSc MCSP. London, UK. I work in the private sector as a musculoskeletal therapist, somatic educator and integrative therapist. My current focus is addressing health inequalities and the impact structural oppression has on health with under-served groups. As an independent grant awardee and founder of Black Swan Wellness to Work Initiative, my aim is to support Black people living with long-term conditions with their carers to improve their employment potential. Current research activities: A global research collaboration exploring LGBTQIA+ physiotherapist’s experiences within the profession (publication forthcoming) and “Disrupting the status quo. What do BAME AHP’s experiences of the Consultant Practice trajectory tell us about who we are?” (funding decision pending). Other interests include; phenomenology; the relationship of embodiment with land-based spiritual practices and wellbeing and how somatic, creative approaches interact with health and self-image of marginalised groups. I am part of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy’s (CSP) EDI reference group, steering developments of the new EDI strategy and actively involved in both the BAME & LGBTQIA+ diversity networks. I hold Trustee positions for two charity organisations, working to ensure the engagement of under-served groups within the community have greater access and positive experiences with their business activities.