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WorkPride Panel: Neurodiversity - How Can Organisations Create a Supportive Environment for Their Neurodiverse Employees?

Neurodiversity was coined in 1998 by sociologist Judy Singer. It refers to a social model of disability, in which societal barriers are the main contributing factor affecting people, namely in terms of learning, attention, mood, sociability and other mental functions. 
The LGBTQ+ community is already a target for discrimination when it comes to recruitment, development and retention within organizations worldwide. Add disability or Neurodiversity into the mix, it gets even harder for some individuals to secure a job and pursue a meaningful career.  
This panel aims to explore the role of neurodiversity in members of the LGBTQ+ community and what strategies are available for organizations to help reduce the prejudice associated with hiring and maintaining such individuals.

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    Natasha Whitehurst
    Natasha Whitehurst
    Global Inclusion Lead
    Currently Global Inclusion Leas with Rolls-Royce supporting the inclusion strategy & journey, also Co-host of D&I Spy Inclusion, Uncovered podcast.
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    Deborah (Deb) Levy (she/her)
    Deborah (Deb) Levy (she/her)
    Associate Director
  • Marie-Gwenaelle Chuit
    Marie-Gwenaelle Chuit
    Employer Branding & Early Talents Partner
    Former TM lawyer and Legal Operations specialist, now within the Talent Acquisition team as Employer Branding and Early Talents Partner. As an Inclusion & Diversity stalwart, I thrive at making sure everyone feel they belong and can be their true self at work, thus daily giving the best of themselves. Co-founder of 🐟 AWARE, an internal network about Cognitive Diversity topics @Sanofi to raise awareness on gifted / atypical employees.
  • Jean Co
    Jean Co
    Project Manager
    Operational Excellence
  • Allie Mason
    Allie Mason
    Talent Coordinator
    Tyler Grange
    Allie is the Talent Coordinator at environmental consultancy Tyler Grange and an ambassador for neurodiversity start-up Neuropool. She is also a children's author, with her debut The Autistic Guide to Adventure due to be published in Spring 2023. (
  • Courtney Zehnder
    Courtney Zehnder
    Employer Brand Specialist
    RS Group plc
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