[GreaterPhilly] Fwd: Anticipation has arrived! The celebration will begin tomorrow with our esteem panelist discussing Disability: Part of the Equity Equation
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> From: Suzanne Turner <smturner.234 at gmail.com>
> Date: October 18, 2022 at 5:28:16 PM EDT
> To: smturner.234 at gmail.com
> Subject: Anticipation has arrived! The celebration will begin tomorrow with our esteem panelist discussing Disability: Part of the Equity Equation
> Reply-To: smturner.234 at gmail.com
> National Federation of the Blind of Ohio, Employment Committee
> Invite All To Celebrate Disability Employment Awareness Month With Ohio!
> 2022 theme, “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation”.
> October 19, 2022
> 7:00 PM EST.
> Be present for an enlightening presentation; as we learn from four esteem panelist who have attained a career that has aided them in becoming a high talent professional, and the path it took them to achieve equity among their sighted counterparts.
> The Ohio Employment Committee aspires to offer those who are seeking such a career path and is either stuck or unsure how and where to gain a starting point. It is not always the job, but it is the career that most people are seeking in life. The purpose of this opportunity is to provide members a presentation on the value of leadership, networking and performing at a high level; within and outside of the National Federation of the Blind that will provide a break, create innovation and get results seeking, transitioning or applying for an upper mobility opportunity.
> The year of 2022 has proven that job seekers must be flexible, adaptable and have a clear plan in order to stay relevant. In addition to that, integration is essential to the productivity of employment. The blind must be a part of that equity equation in everything we do on the job, in the community and beyond our scope. We hope such an endeavor will be encouraging to those who want to grow, excel and have a fighting chance in life. Lastly, as you are aware, to achieve successful employment, you must be qualified with relatable expertise that will set you aside from those who are also applying for the same employment position.
> So, we would like to introduce to some and provide a reacquaintance for others to hear from: Roland Allen, Cane Travel Instructor, Louisiana Center for the Blind, Maurice Peret, Coordinator, Career Mentoring & Employment Programs, National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute, Allison Meloy, MS, CRC, Program Administrator, Opportunity For Ohioans With Disabilities, Bureau of Services For The Visually Impaired and Alicia Howerton, Strategic Partnerships Manager, Cleveland Sight Center
> Where: Ohio Zoom Hall
> Meeting ID: 408 185 0851
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> For questions, contact,
> Ohio Employment Committee Members
> Andra Stover, AStover at Kent.edu
> Chris Sabin, info at onhconsulting.com
> Suzanne Turner, Smturner.234 at gmail.com
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