Born in 1971, Tim Wotton has lived in South London for the last twenty years and is married to Katie with a son Felix. Tim is a full-time communications consultant, award-winning author, international public speaker and has played field hockey for England. His eyes and heart have been opened by his health struggle with cystic fibrosis (CF) and CF-related diabetes which has been a huge factor in his life, but not one that defines it.
Tim is a successful national and international public and keynote speaker across both public and private sectors, having presented at Shell, Roche, Vertex, Cystic Fibrosis charities and at the Houses of Parliament.
Tim unpicks his CF survival, living and working with a disability and the transformative power of medicine, while demonstrating the resilience required every day to endure what cannot be cured. He also stresses the importance of physical and mental wellbeing to business performance, life and work purpose and the importance of leaving a lasting legacy by living for every moment.
Tim’s candid, authentic and humorous speeches are thoroughly engaging, thought-provoking and live a long time in the memory.