Steve gives a keynote presentation to educators at California's WorkAbility 1 Region's annual conference.
Steve speaks to conference attendees on leadership lessons learned while building an inclusive, Autism-friendly company.
Steve gives a keynote presentation to private attendees.
Steve speaks to faculty about understanding and supporting Autistic students.
Steve speaks to faculty and staff about Autism and Neurodiversity.
Steve speaks to Special Education students about Autism.
Steve talks to local business leaders about neurodiversity and leadership in the technology space.
Steve talks to attendees about re-framing Autism to create success and happiness for students.
Steve speaks to Microsoft Partners about neurodiversity, leadership, and the business benefits of hiring neurodiverse and disabled people.
Steve joins a panel of entrepreneurs to share stories, best practices, and answer your questions.
Hosted by the Microsoft Store, Steve speaks to attendees during National Entrepreneurship Week about entrepreneurship, hiring neurodiverse people, and his own journey as a neurodivergent entrepreneur.
A person-centered forum to determine what actual resources, services, and supports people with developmental disabilities in our community need or are lacking to be more productive, self-determined, self-sufficient, and independent individuals.
Steve speaks to Occupational Therapy students during Grand Rounds.
Steve speaks to 60+ high school special educators from school districts all over the region.
Steve speaks to 30 higher educators from area colleges and universities.
Steve speaks to 20 parents of Autistic young people.
Steve speaks to local business executives about the business benefits of hiring Autistic and disabled people.
Steve speaks to local entrepreneurs and startup professionals about the business benefits of hiring Autistic and disabled people.
Steve speaks to 70+ Microsoft Partners about the business benefits of hiring Autistic and disabled people.
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