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Corporate and Community Leaders Employment Summit: Expanding the Talent Pipeline for People with Disabilities

  • May 09, 2018
  • 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Lockheed Martin 2121 Crystal Drive Arlington VA 22202

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   LUNCH  INCLUDED

Are you Don't miss our annual

Corporate and Community Leaders Employment Summit:

Expanding the Talent Pipeline for People with Disabilities

Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Lockheed Martin

2121 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA 22202 

9:30 am           Registration / Check-In / Networking

10:00 am         Welcome:       Katherine McCary, Executive Director, DC Metro BLN

                                           Rikki Epstein, Executive Director, The Arc of Northern Virginia

10:15 am         Keynote:        Rainia Washington, Vice President,                                       Global Diversity and Inclusion, Lockheed Martin Corporation

 

10:30 am         TravelMate / EmployMate Presentation & Demonstration

                        Kymberly DeLoatch, Project Manager, The Arc of Northern Virginia

                        Camille Franco, Project Coordinator, The Arc of Northern Virginia

                                                                                                                                             

11:00 am        Break

11:30 am         Roundtable DIscussions

 

12:15 pm        Roundtable Discussions Report Out

                                            

12:30 pm        Lunch

 

1:00 pm          Closing Remarks: Kia Silver Hodge, Senior Director, C5 Consulting, LLC

Roundtable Topics:

  • 1.     What can employers do to educate employment providers about their businesses, culture, and environment?
  • 2.     What can employment providers do to help employers understand the value of people with disabilities in the workforce?
  • 3.     What can employers and employment providers do to remove language barriers and perceptions about their respective roles?
  • 4.     What can employers do to increase successful employment outcomes?
  • 5.     How can employers and employment providers work together to identify customized employment opportunities?
  • 6.     What can employers do to make their company attractive as an employer of choice for people with disabilities?
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