Saba Salman is a social affairs journalist, regular writer for the Guardian and the editor of Made Possible: stories of success by people with learning disabilities - in their own words.
Saba was a reporter and news editor on London local papers before moving onto the nationals. She is a former Evening Standard correspondent, and has written for women’s magazines as well as for specialist housing and welfare press. Saba is a trustee of the charity Sibs, which supports the siblings of disabled children and adults, and has a younger sister with a learning disability.
She is a Fellow of the RSA.