How I can help you
Educational publishing is embracing inclusive materials, but creating these to brief, budget and schedule can be a challenge. That’s where I come in. As a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) specialist, I help editors, writers and publishers to create outstanding inclusive materials that hit the brief without breaking the bank or the schedule.
My background in ELT publishing, along with my knowledge and experience of inclusive materials, means
that I can show you how to simply and effectively make your products more inclusive.
Work with me if you need:
- a DEI editor to review existing content, flag issues, and show you how your content can be made
- a DEI trainer to help upskill your editorial staff so they can create inclusive products themselves.
- a DEI expert to help you set up projects, editorial guidelines, or publishing processes that simplify and support the creation of inclusive materials.
- a writer or editor who can create engaging, original content that is both inclusive and sensitive to market considerations.
Click here to learn more about the services I offer or get in touch here.
I worked with Lottie Galpin in 2020 on a workbook for an English language course series. The brief we were given was challenging at times, and this was during severe lockdown. Lottie was a complete professional. She had a good eye for detail, made great suggestions for edits and knew exactly how to get the best out of me for the content. In addition, I felt Lottie really brought that extra something to the project with her awareness of and sensitivity to diversity issues. This was really helpful for me personally, not only on this project, but on subsequent projects. I would be very happy to work with Lottie again, and would not hesitate to recommend her for any editorial project.
Lindsay Clandfield - English language teacher trainer, international conference speaker and award-winning author
It has been a pleasure working with Lottie on our new General English Adult course. As well as her excellent editorial skills, she also provided invaluable guidance relating to diversity and inclusion which we gladly incorporated into the series. I look forward to working with her again as an editor and consultant on future titles.
Kayleigh Buller - Commissioning Editor
National Geographic Learning