Hall of Fame
See our Past Disability Power 100 Winners
Caroline Casey is the businesswoman and activist behind The Valuable 500, the world’s largest CEO collective and business movement for disability inclusion. Caroline has been featured in the Disability Power 100 for several years and the Valuable 500 was number one in 2021.
Nikki Fox is the BBC’s Disability Correspondent, reporting on the issues affecting disabled people today. Nikki, who is known to millions for her work on Watchdog, How to Look Good Naked, and Supermarket Secrets was number one on the Disability Power 100 in 2020.
Baroness Jane Campbell has fought for equal rights for disabled people for as long as she can remember – from challenging special school segregation as a child, to public demonstrations, and now advocates for disabled people in the House of Lords. Baroness Jane Campbell was the 2019 Disability Power 100 number one.
Alex Brooker’s TV career famously began with a job as a presenter as part of Channel 4’s coverage of the 2012 Paralympics. Alex is now a familiar name for many TV viewers, most notably as one of the hosts of Channel 4’s The Last Leg. Alex was number one on the 2018 Disability Power 100.
Dame Sarah Storey DBE is a British Paralympic athlete in cycling and swimming. Her total of 28 Paralympic medals including 17 gold medals makes her the most successful and most decorated British Paralympian of all time. Dame Sarah Storey DBE was featured as number one in the 2017 Disability Power 100.
Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE is a Paralympian, Crossbench Peer in the House of Lords, motivational speaker and broadcaster. As a working peer Tanni uses her experience and knowledge during debates in the House of Lords and has spoken on a range of issues including disability rights, welfare reform, and of course, sport. She was the 2016 Disability Power 100 number one.
Stephen Hawking was a physics theorist and author. Stephen’s ground-breaking theories about the universe have vastly improved our knowledge on space and time. In 1998 Stephen published a book A Brief History of Time which made complicated scientific and mathematical theories accessible for all, the book sold 10 million copies. Stephen was number one on the Disability Power 100 in 2015. Stephen died in 2018, aged 76.