Meetings are held quarterly and independently chaired by Martin Hollins, with input and advice sought from additional STEMM and disability professionals. Martin Hollins has been a teacher and a campaigner for STEMM education for people with disabilities as his son has a learning disability. He is chair of governors for St Joseph's Special School and College (specialism autism). Martin has been a member of the DfE's STEM advisory forum and will help develop STEMM-DAC's strategic plan over the next few months.