Emma Oliver

CEO, Twenty Percent

Emma is the founder and CEO of Twenty Percent, a Disability Inclusion Advisory working with Corporate Australia.

With over 30 years consulting experience and having been born without a left hand, Emma understands from her own lived experience the challenges and opportunities of having a disability in corporate Australia.

Emma’s vision as founder of Twenty Percent is to work with organisations to help unlock the power of disability in their own workforces, customer bases and how they engage in the communities they operate in. Emma is deeply passionate about moving the dial for disability inclusion and having conversations about disability in unexpected places.

Emma is active in the community at the local and state levels. She is Victoria's first one-armed surf lifesaver and volunteer with Starfish Nippers, the life-saving skills program for children with a disability. Emma is prior independent Audit, Finance and Risk Committee member for Life saving Victoria serving for 5 years from 2019. She has been a member of Bayside Council’s Disability Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee since its inception. In 2021, She was a nominee for Bayside Council’s Citizen of the Year in 2020.

Emma is a non-executive director for Wannon Water , Housing Hub and Leadership Victoria and an independent committee member at Scope and Wellways Australia. Emma is also commencing her post graduate studies in Disability and Inclusion part time in 2024.

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