Accessibility Insights with Ursula Dolton of British Heart Foundation

Date of webinar: 
10 Aug 2021 - 13:00

This FREE webinar will take place on 10 August 2021, 1pm BST.

Meet Ursula Dolton of British Heart Foundation (BHF), who has been championing digital improvements at the major UK charity, as its first ever Chief Technology Officer. She joins us as the next guest in our free Accessibility Insights webinar series.


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What the FREE webinar will cover

Ursula will be chatting with Robin Christopherson MBE, AbilityNet's Head of Digital Inclusion, who hosts a monthly online chat with individuals who are each working to improve digital accessibility and digital inclusion. 

Robin Christopherson and Ursula Dolton

Ursula (pictured above, right, with Robin, left), is responsible for delivering BHF’s technology strategy in support of its charitable objectives. She has worked in technology leadership positions within major commercial organisations including at Cadbury, Citi Group and Jaguar Land Rover, and also the university sector.

On the webinar, Ursula and Robin will discuss topics including:

  • How her charity, celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, focuses on diversity and inclusion within its teams and recruitment processes
  • honing digital services for external customers and donors
  • how collaboration helps drive customer experiences, and
  • the changing role of a tech leader in the pandemic.


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What if I can't attend the webinar on the day?

Don't worry. Everyone who signs up will receive a link to the slides and the webinar recording after the webinar occurs. 

How much does the webinar cost?

The webinar is part of AbilityNet Live! and is FREE of charge. We also offer paid role-based accessibility training. 

How long does it last?

This webinar is 30 minutes and includes an opportunity to pose questions to the guest. Questions will be answered on this page after the webinar.

Is the webinar accessible?

The webinar includes captions for those who are hearing-impaired or Deaf, and we will make a transcript available afterwards. We'll also provide a copy of the slide deck, which is accessible. Find out more about AbilityNet webinars in our webinars FAQs.


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