Suzanne Bull MBE is the Founder-Director of Attitude is Everything, growing a short term pilot programme into a fully-fledged charitable organisation, over 18 years.
She is disabled and has both a personal and professional interest in improving access to live music.
Attitude is Everything improves Deaf and disabled people’s access to live music by working in partnership with audience, artists and the music industry. Their Vision is that Deaf and Disabled People can be audience members, employees or artists at any live music event of their choice: music without barriers.
She was honoured with an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list in June 2013 for services to music, arts and disabled people. She was also awarded Access All Areas Editor’s Award at the Event Production Awards 2015.
2017 was quite a year for Suzanne! In February, she was appointed as one of the Minister for Disabled People, Work and Health’s Sector Champions, who help to tackles the issues disabled people face as consumers. Suzanne represents the music industry, and she will use her influential status as a leader in her industry to promote the benefits of being inclusive to disabled people. In May, she was listed in Power 100 - Britain’s most influential disabled people, and then listed in She Said So’s Alternative Power 100 List – celebrating the music industry’s unheard voices - and then in that same November, she was enrolled in Music Week’s Women In Music Awards Roll Of Honour – built is to provide lasting recognition to the executives who work hard to further both the interests of women in the music industry and the industry itself.