On this episode of “A World of Difference: Embracing Neurodiversity,” our expert panel reveals ways that employers can and should leverage the benefits of a neurodiverse workforce.
Brenna Sniderman is the executive director of the Center for Integrated Research for Deloitte. She oversees a cross-industry research team focused on global shifts in technology, mobility, climate, and workforce — developing work that ultimately helps guide how organizations can operate and strategize in an age of rapid technology and cultural change.
Hetal Parikh is co-founder and president of Rangam Consultants, an international workforce solutions company based in New Jersey that focuses on connecting people all capabilities, including people with autism, who are neurodivergent, or with disabilities to businesses looking to recruit and hire such talent.
Dr. James Williams is the interim director of career advisement, development, and partnership at The Boven Career Development Center at Beacon College in Leesburg, Florida. He also serves as CEO of Bloom Consulting in Round Rock, Texas, which provides vocational services, rehabilitation, training, evaluations, and counseling for people with learning differences, neurodiversities, and disabilities.
Jhillika Kumar is CEO and founder Mentra is a neurodivergent-friendly talent platform that intelligently matches neurodiverse individuals with employers that value their strengths.