Neurodiversity In The Workplace: Why Its An Asset, Not A Liability

Eye to Eye is featured in a Forbes story about Neurodiversity in the workplace. The article features E2E chapter leader Cymeria Robshaw and covers important topics like barriers to providing quality work experience, enhancing the experience for talent and strengthening diversity, equity and inclusion. Pulling from an interview with E2E founder and CEO, David Flink, the author shares details about ways to empower neurodiverse individuals, both in the classroom and in the workplace.

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We tried to hide our disabilities and got frustrated when something so easy for others—like reading—was hard for us. At Eye to Eye, we celebrate those differences."

—David Flink, Founder and CEO of Eye to Eye

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