Attraction, Retention, & Engagement of Women in Tech with invisible Disabilities

In 2014 [it was] found that 27.4% of women ages 18-64 identified with a disability in some form (compared to 20.8% of men in the same age range)." And while the rest of society has visible clues to indicate some disabilities, there is a large faction (sometimes estimated as high as 74% of all disabilities) that are invisible, unseen. A 2017 study showed only 37% of working-aged people with disability are employed in the US. How should companies hire, retain, grow, and include this marginalized group?

Jes Osrow

Head of Learning and Organization Development at Quartet Health; DEI Specialist at The Rise Journey


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