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I am delighted to have won the Lions Club British Finals and look forward to representing Britain in the European Young Ambassador Finals in Estonia this October 2019.


The Lions Club Finals was an amazing experience. I spent the weekend in Dudley with all the District Finalists, a lovely group of inspirational young people who are volunteering on a broad range of community projects, such as improving mental health services for youth. The British Finals involved giving a 3-minute speech and a 20 minute interview in front of a panel of three judges. I focused my speech on my recently launched Neurodiversity Celebration Week campaign.


I plan to donate £500 of my prize money to the Diana Award so that they can train more school anti-bullying ambassadors. I will be using the remaining £1,000 prize money to fund my #NeurodiversityCelebrationCampaign.

Siena Castellon
Siena Castellon
Siena Castellon
Siena Castellon
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LIONS CLUB international

SEN Magazine

Siena Casellon's SEN Magazine article on misunderstanding autism
Siena Casellon's SEN Magazine article on misunderstanding autism

KOOKIE Magazine

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Siena Castellon in KOOKIE magazine
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Siena Castellon - Diana Awards Ceremony
Siena Castellon - The Diana Award

Receiving my Diana Award from Diana Award CEO Tessy Ojo

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Siena Castellon receiving her Diana Award from CEO Tessy Ojo

2018 National

Diversity awards 

Siena Castellon at the National Diversity Awards in Liverpool


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Dr Anna Remington - Director of UCL's Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE)