Rosemary Frazer


Rosemary has worked in campaigning, advocacy and public policy for over 20 years. She is a respected expert in her field who has worked with organisations ranging from Airbus to RNIB to the BBC. She is an independent consultant and works as a Training and Development Coordinator for the user-led organisation Camden Disability Action.

Rosemary is involved in numerous projects and campaigns for disability rights, and has helped nurture and support countless initiatives, campaigns and small and medium enterprises in the disability sector. A polymath in her own right, Rosemary also passes on her skills: training, mentoring and advising others in the disability community to help people bring their ideas for new businesses, products and charities into existence.

Rosemary is a seasoned campaigner and advocate who has worked in campaigning roles for Mencap and Scope – the latter as the Campaigns Manager, where she led on raising awareness of the employment gap, the inaccessibility of public transport and media representation of disability. She has been published in the Guardian, the Independent and the Huffington Post.

In addition, Rosemary sits on the Board of Campaign Bootcamp a charity dedicated to ensuring that people most impacted by injustice can campaign successfully to bring about change.

“I’m delighted to be included in the Shaw Trust Power List 2019 alongside so many amazing disabled people. I think the Power List is a fantastic initiative which helps to highlight the important contributions disabled people are making to society. I’ve been encouraged and motivated by the people on previous lists and I feel honoured to be named alongside so many talented and committed people.”