Winston Clements Speaker

Winston Clements Keynote Speaker

  • Global Keynote Speaker
  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Consultant
  • On A Mission To Inspire 1 Billion People

Winston Clements's Biography

Winston Clements is a renowned international speaker, content creator, and advocate for inclusion.  He is highly sought after for his keynote addresses on issues regarding anti-racism, disability awareness, leadership and resilience.

He was born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), a condition that causes extremely fragile bones, and has endured over 200 fractures in his life.  He was predicted to live a life of isolation and pain.  As a young person, he struggled with loneliness and frustration, seeing his siblings and friends from the sidelines was a constant reminder of how different he was.  Many people with OI do not make it beyond childhood.  Despite this, Winston considers himself one of the lucky ones, and he did not let his condition hold him back.  He credits his positive attitude to his Christian faith, as well as the support he received from the people around him.

He now helps others to fight against their limitations to unlock their full human potential.  He works with organisations to help improve disability awareness and consults on anti-racist practices.  He is passionate about supporting the world’s leading organisations to create cultures that are truly inclusive for all.  He has shared his story on many global stages and conferences and appeared on multiple media platforms, including leading outlets like BBCToday Show Australia and Good Morning America.

He is the Co-Founder and global keynote speaker for Positive Spin International, an organisation which provides skills training on diversity and inclusion for businesses. He is an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Consultant for the organisation and hosts the Born 2 Win podcast.   He is a Diversity & Inclusion Consultant for EW Group, the UK’s leading diversity consultancy firm. Since 2019, Winston has been a mentor for Migrant Leaders, an independent UK charity programme that supports young migrants. He is Co-Founder and Lead Coach at Talk Less Do More Mastermind, an initiative founded in 2019, aiming to help entrepreneurs, business owners, and individuals to achieve their life vision.  Winston is also a leading YouTube content creator and co-creator for ‘WinstonSpeaker’, and the channel he shares with his wife, ‘The Clements’. 

He completed a degree in Computer Science at the University of Westminster, and worked for 10+ years as a Consultant for global tech corporations.

As a global keynote speaker, Winston has delivered inspirational sessions for various audiences and conferences, including TED, Google and Disney.   His speeches have ongoing transformational effects on organisational culture and performance – and his ultimate mission is to inspire 1 BILLION people to unleash their full human potential.

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Winston Clements's Speaking Topics

● Unconscious bias

● Disability inclusion

● Anti-racism awareness

● Resilience

● Growth mindset

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Videos of Winston Clements

Unconscious Bias: Who Are You Excluding? | TEDxKULeuven
Unconscious Bias: Who Are You Excluding? | TEDxKULeuven
Winston Ben Clements Showreel
Winston Ben Clements Showreel
TODAY SHOW AUSTRALIA | The Clements discuss interabled relationships
TODAY SHOW AUSTRALIA | The Clements discuss interabled relationships

Comments & Testimonials

Winston delivered an inspirational talk that everyone had positive feedback on!
Winston is able to create a space that encourages discussion and where attendees feel they can share their thoughts and opinions without judgement. I would recommend anyone to engage with Winston should they require a skilled facilitator in the area of racism awareness.
The Professional Cricketers' Association
Winston’s presentation was insightful as well as emotional. He highlighted how biases and ableism manifest in the workplace and society and how we can all be an ally and make a conscious effort to create inclusive cultures and systems for disabled people.
Winston’s story is extremely compelling with brilliant lessons imparted in a very unique and impactful manner.
Winston’s session on intersectionality and disability inclusion in the workplace was very well-received by our members of staff. Winston inspired and energised us to be a better ally for our differently abled colleagues whilst taking intersectionality into consideration.

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