Temple Grandin – #JobCreatorsRadio
I founded Don’t dis-my-ability in 2014 and in just a few years I’ve come a long way. From being a relative unknown to interviewing someone that I have admired for a long time, Dr. Temple Grandin. Tune into #JobCreatorsRadio on September 4th, 2017 at 11 am (EST) to catch the live interview!
Some of you may not know who Temple Grandin is, I encourage you to watch her biopic movie starring Golden Globe® winner Claire Danes. This is a must see movie for everyone that is sure to inspire!
Short on time? Click here to watch one of Temple Grandin’s TED Talk’s!
What could be better than interviewing Temple Grandin? Well, let me tell you. On September 30th, 2017 I will get to meet Temple in person at Trailblazing 2017!
I will be moderating a panel discussion she will be a part of. I also have the privilege of sitting on a different panel with Temple!
I will meet past #JobCreatorsRadio guests Amy Cosper, former Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine and founder of Radical Startups!
And, Dr. Stephen Shore, Professor at Adelphi University and Neurodiversity Expert!
The icing on the cake will be meeting Eileen Grubba, Don’t dis-my-ability’s first celebrity ambassador!
Click here to learn more about Trailblazing 2017!
My goal, no matter where I go is to create positive impact – one conversation at a time. Last year I was a last minute addition to the Trailblazing 2016 Conference as an expert panelist on disability related startups – and I achieved my goal. Check out this testimonial from the conference organizer, Alexai Perez!
“Thank you for your engaged participation as an esteemed Panellist at our inaugural Trailblazing 2016 Conference in South Florida on September 17, 2016 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts – focused on improving employment, inclusion and workforce sustainability for persons with developmental disabilities.
VISIONARY. INSPIRED. REAL. Not only do you consistently convey don’t-dis-my-ability’s motivating message to your global audience, you reminded our conference attendees that Trailblazers must
‘Establish networks of people that want to help. Be consistent with what you do. Keep charging on until someone helps.’ You are instilling an enduring legacy that will have a powerful impact on all of our communities and the next generation of self-advocate leaders.
Trailblazing Events continues encouraging all communities, whether disability-related or not, to engage in active conversations about the future of employment for all. We are grateful for the integral role you played in the launching the success of Trailblazing 2016, as we together continue demystifying the erroneous perceptions of ‘disability’ and help the community at-large learn how to focus on ‘ability.’”
Alexai Perez, Trailblazing Conference Organizer