Thank you for attending the 2023 Neurodiversty in the Workplace Conference!



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Who should attend?

  • Members of the business community
  • State and Federal elected officials, policymakers, and staffers
  • Agency administrators
  • Adult service providers
  • Medical providers
  • Individuals with disabilities
  • Family members of individuals with disabilities
  • Disability advocates
  • Educators
  • Representatives of UCEDD organizations
Group photo of Kennedy Krieger staff members from a previous Neurodiversity at Work Conference.

Conference Co-Chairs

Stacey Herman, MS Ed., CESP (left) and Emily Arneson (right) are the co-chairs of the 2023 Neurodiversity in the Workplace Conference.

Herman is the assistant vice president of neurodiversity and community workforce development at Kennedy Krieger. Her role includes the creation and supervision of programs designed to support individuals with disabilities as they transition to the workforce and access their community. 

Arneson serves as the Institute's assistant vice president of government relations. She enthusiastically joined the Kennedy Krieger team in 2019 after falling in love with the mission of the Institute while serving as an outside consultant. 

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Headshots of Stacey Herman (left) and Emily Arneson (right).

Continuing Education Credits

Association of People Supporting Employment First CESP

Association of People Supporting Employment First CESP Continuing Education Credits

The Neurodiversity in the Workplace Conference is approved for 10 CE credits!



Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Credits

The Neurodiversity in the Workplace National Conference is approved for 12 SHRM Credits!