(Neuro)diversity in Insurance Featured with the DOR
We’re very excited to have our (Neuro)diversity in Insurance program featured in the Department of Rehabilitation’s EmployABILITY site! See the full post and get more information here: https://www.employabilityca.com/post/neurotalent-works-earn-and-learn-neuro-diversity-in-insurance-job-training-hiring-program
Solving the Unemployment & Underemployment Problem with NeuroTalent Works
In this episode of her podcast, Dr. Gwen Palafox interviews Jessica Lee and Melody Valenzuela on how NeuroTalent Works is solving the unemployment and underemployment problem for neurodiverse adults today.
We’re Featured in Capital Group’s ESG Report
We’re very excited to be included in Capital Group’s latest update on global citizenship and sustainability! See the full report below:
We’re Featured in Capital Group’s DEI Report
We’re very excited to be included in Capital Group’s latest update on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion! See the full report below:
Outlook Pasadena Features NeuroTalent Works
From the article: NeuroTalent Works, based in Pasadena, has made a name for itself by building neurodiverse workplaces by transitioning gifted individuals on the autism spectrum into valuable talent for corporations. Read the full article here: https://pasadena.outlooknewspapers.com/2022/07/07/pasadena-organization-assists-those-with-autism/
Orange County Neurodiversity at Work – April 2022
For the third year, OCASG hosted a Neurodiversity@Work (aka Autism@Work) conversation. Speakers included Tiffany Jameson, founder of Grit and Flow, Jessica Lee, founder of NeuroTalent Works, and Judi Uttal, president of The Orange County Asperger’s Support Group (OCASG) who provided insight into Neurodiversity@Work activities in Southern California. Tiffany interviewed Gina Ramirez, Plant Manager of a […]
Neurodiversity & The Future of Work
Panelists discussed: How employers should redefine talent, How to build inclusive hiring and management practices, Personal stories navigating the workplace as neurodivergent individuals, the role of public policy and the private sector.. and much more!
disABLED & Empowered: An Interview with Jessica Lee
Breaking Down the Interview
State Council on Developmental Disabilities: Breaking Down the Interview, in partnership with Grit & Flow
Reflections on 2017 – Our First Year!
As we look back on 2017, our team is grateful for our first year together incubating and launching The Spectrum Works! It was truly an amazing year of growth, friendship, and purpose. We’re thankful for the network we’ve cultivated supporting and partnering with us to help deserving adults with autism find meaningful employment! Looking back, […]