For its Power, Magic, & Transcendence

Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.
― Maya Angelou

Have you ever felt that something you read or heard someone say was almost

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Black woman in a wheelchair looking up a set of stairs in a house.

Creating an environment that is inclusive of all employees, for whatever differences they have, prepares employees to be respectful, open, and even excited about inclusion.  Truly, being unapologetically accepting of difference is one of the most profitable, transformative, and exciting

Read more “How to Get Your Workforce Excited About Diversity & Inclusion”

The bitter irony of his dressing in black was not lost on me. He smiled a hopeful smile, before walking into the “job interview practice” hosted by a local Autism Organization.

As I watched him go, I felt a wave of deep frustration, suppressed my

Read more “Building Bridges to Nowhere: On Workplace Best Practices for Keeping Autistic Persons Terminally Jobless”