Date(s) - 10/12/2023
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM


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Panelists will discuss how to create an inclusive and welcoming environment for autistic individuals in the workplace. They will share their personal experiences, which include being an employer or business leader, autistic employee, manager of neurodivergent employees, and collectively, advocates for neurodivergent peers. Through these perspectives, audience members will learn how to better support autistic individuals in the workplace. Whether they’re a boss, a colleague, or an autistic individual themselves, attendees will leave empowered and confident in their ability to create an inclusive workplace for autistic and neurodivergent colleagues.

About the Moderator

Chelsea Hartner is a dedicated leader, neurodivergent advocate, and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) practitioner. She is an Operations Manager at Getting Hired, supporting the strategic mission to promote and build a more diverse workforce by connecting talent to employers who cultivate inclusive and accommodating environments. Through her work, she aspires to minimize obstacles for people of all diverse identities to have equitable opportunities to reach their full potential in the workplace and find belonging.

About the Panelists

– Shea Belsky, chief technology officer of Mentra

– Carolyn Jeppsen, CEO/president and co-founder of BroadFutures

– Tiffany Payton Jameson, Ph.D., MBA, PHR, founding and managing partner of grit & flow

– Lyric Rivera, founder of NeuroDivergent Consulting and author of the best-selling business ethics book, Workplace Neurodiversity Rising

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