[PAST EVENT] Employing and Supporting Neurodiverse Professionals
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Neurodiverse professionals bring significant skills and abilities that can add tremendous value to an organization. How can organizations and neurotypical professionals create and cultivate a more inclusive workplace for neurodiverse individuals? Janet Atwater '84, Professor Karin Wulf and John Elder Robison will lead a presentation on addressing neurodiversity in the workplace and will share tools for creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all professionals to be successful.
Janet Atwater '84, P '17, P '20
The Precision Institute
Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture
John Elder Robison
Neurodiversity Scholar in Residence
William & Mary
This event is part of William & Mary’s Professionals Week (February 22-26). All week long, we're celebrating our Tribe network and professional affinities. No matter what stage of your career you're in, join us for events online and let us know your professional achievements and goals by posting on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter using the hashtag #OneTribeOneNetwork.
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