MEMBERSHIP OF THE NEA
Our academic members work with us to establish the research base for neurodiversity and entrepreneurship, connecting with other academic researchers in the area with a view to collaboration and partnership. Academic membership enables researchers to showcase their research to a global audience, and to be the first to hear about publication opportunities in the field.
Benefits include invitations to our quarterly online meetings, member-only content in the NEA monthly newsletter, and the opportunity to contribute a guest blog about their work. For more information, please click here.
If you are running your own business, or considering it, then you can join the NEA as an Entrepreneur member. Set up to celebrate the work of neurodivergent self-employed entrepreneurs and to provide advice and guidance about neurodiversity and entrepreneurship, our programme includes assigning a dedicated work coach with experience of neurodiversity who will work with you to identify goals and priorities, and meet with you online every month to monitor progress; a business mentor who works with neurodivergent entrepreneurs; and referrals to infrastructure partners who have been vetted by the NEA so you don't have to spend time finding the right provider to support your business. For more information, please click here.
If you are interested more generally in the field of neurodiversity and entrepreneurship, then you can join us as an NEA Supporter. Get invited to our monthly online meetings, access member-only content and receive discounts on events. Click here for more information.
Membership of the NEA is open to anyone with an interest in neurodiversity and entrepreneurship.
There are three types of membership: