Reimagine Recruiting

Nov 21, 2016

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CO-PRESENTED BY THE NOD CORPORATE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL & CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES (COSD)

On November 17, 2016, leaders and practitioners in campus recruiting, diversity & inclusion, human resources and compliance gathered in Cambridge, MA for Reimagine Recruiting. The annual NOD Corporate Leadership Council forum offered attendees an exclusive opportunity to network with peers and learn about leading practices in recruiting and hiring college students and recent graduates with disabilities.

Attendees gained insights from prominent employers, including NOD Corporate Leadership Council member EY, JPMorgan Chase, Lockheed MartinNorthrop Grumman, State Street and ULTRA Testing, as well as from the Massachusetts Department of Veterans’ Services, Work Without Limits, and Working Mother. In addition, students with disabilities, student veterans, and college representatives shared ways employers can effectively tap into talent on campus.


Welcome remarks by NOD President Carol Glazer


Welcome from David D’Arcangelo, Director of Massachusetts Office of Disability


Welcome from Michael Stein, J.D., Ph.D., Executive Director, Harvard Law School Project on Disability


NOD Directors, John Quain and Luke Visconti of DiversityInc


Pete Rutigliano, Sirota and Barbara Spitzer, NOD present “A Data Driven Approach to Accelerating Disability Inclusion”


Reimagine Recruiting Attendees


Robert O’Brien, Lockheed Martin; Mark Estrada, State Street Bank; Andrea Shkane, JP Morgan Chase; and Lori Golden, EY speaking during “Disability Inclusive Diversity Roundtable Employer Discussion”


Sue Meirs, NOD moderates “Disability Inclusive: Diversity Roundtable Employer Discussion”


Keynote speaker Frank Kineavy, staff writer for DiversityInc and Villanova University Graduate


Carol Glazer, NOD, with Krista Carothers, Working Mother, presenting “Experiences of Disability in the Workplace”


Career Services and Disability Services Directors from Ball State, University of California Riverside, Southern Connecticut State University, and Northeastern University presenting at “Higher Education Best Practices” panel


Francisco Urena, Secretary of Massachusetts Department of Veterans’ Services during the “Veterans in the Workforce” panel


Doc Massard, Northrop Grumman, participates in the “Veterans in the Workforce” panel


Student Veterans Jessica Mack and Marshall Ireland speak during the “Veterans in the Workforce” panel


“Campus to Careers: A Boston Pilot” with Sue Meirs, NOD; Alan Muir, COSD; and Kathy Petkauskos, Work Without Limits


ULTRA Testing’s Brian King presenting on Aspergers inclusion during “Opportunity Makers: Employment and the Neurodiverse Workforce”


Dr. Ernst VanBergeijk, Lesley University, presents during panel discussion on “Finding and Developing Partnerships that Foster Employment for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities”


Dan Rivard and Kelsie Salas participate in “Finding and Developing Partnerships that Foster Employment for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities”


Jessica Mack speaks during Student Led Discussion Group “Authentic Answers to Unspoken Questions”


Kelly Molloy in “Authentic Answers to Unspoken Questions”


Justine Weatherman in “Authentic Answers to Unspoken Questions”


Alan Muir, COSD, with David D’Arcangelo, Director, Massachusetts Office of Disability

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