Disability Inclusion
Renee says that when she attends events, it's a literal statement that she people are looking down at her, but she also feels that there is a subliminal message that is received from those standing around her. She highlights the difficulties she encounters at events where high top tables and a lack of low seating options make socializing uncomfortable.
Renee Bruns
Describes neurodiversity and the opportunity for insurance leaders to address the industry talent crisis through minor accommodations in how you attract, hire, and retain talent
Mike Eagan
It's not about what sets you apart; it's about embracing it and letting your authenticity shine.
Kimiko Donahue
To develop an institution of inclusivity, people with disabilities must be represented and embraced at every level.
Zane Landin