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The Inclusion Exchange: Inclusive Employment (Part 1)
Join us for part one of a live virtual panel discussion centering inclusive employment as a key component of disability inclusion. Learn about our dynamic panel of employers below!

Following the webinar, we invite you to continue the conversation with us during a structured virtual networking event. This networking portion is optional and you can indicate your interest in attending below.

Accommodations:
-ASL Interpretation and Real Time Captioning will be provided.
-Additional accommodations must be requested; please specify your request below.

Live Webinar from 12:00-1:00pm CT
Virtual Networking from 1:15-2:00pm CT

Jul 12, 2022 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Antonio Crosby (he/him/his)
Senior Diversity Consultant | Health Care Service Corporation
Antonio Crosby is a Sr. Diversity Equity and Inclusion Consultant at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of IL, MT, NM, OK, and TX. As a member of the Center for Diversity Equity, and Inclusion team, he partners with organizations, and universities on designing and implementing programs that increase diversity and fosters inclusion within the organization and its local communities.
Kevin Irvine (he/him/his)
Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant, Individuals with Disabilities at Rush University Medical Center
Kevin Irvine is the Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant, Individuals with Disabilities, at Rush University Medical Center. In this role, Kevin works with Rush’s Recruitment team to source individuals with all types of disabilities for jobs at Rush, co-chairs Rush’s ADA Task Force and facilitates its Disabilities Employee Resource Group. Outside Rush, Kevin recently completed 10 years of service on the Chicago Transit Authority’s Board of Directors, is a Disability Lead Member and a Leadership Greater Chicago Fellow. He has lived experience as a disabled person who has HIV and Hemophilia B.
Tarena Shanaberger (she/her/hers)
Sr. Program Manager Inclusive Hiring at Microsoft
As Sr. Program Manager for Inclusive Hiring on the Microsoft Accessibility Team, Tarena Shanaberger is responsible for planning, organizing, scaling, and executing the Neurodiversity Hiring program and other disability hiring initiatives. Tarena partners closely with the Microsoft Global Talent Acquisition team, Diversity and Inclusion, the Disability employee community, and Accessibility Office. Working in partnership both internally and externally to bring different teams together to enable hiring, growth, and retention of people with disabilities.
Vivian Ayuso-Sánchez (she/her/hers)
Director DEI, Disability & Affirmative Action at Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc.
Vivian is a skilled and highly effective Diversity and Human Resources leader with more than 30 years of mostly private sector experience in large and midsize companies. Throughout her career, Vivian led HR and Diversity organizations at the local, regional and global levels. Today Vivian is responsible for establishing & implementing the strategic direction and expansion of Disability Initiatives, Business Resource Groups, and Affirmative Action Compliance programs at Walgreens. Vivian holds a master’s degree in Industrial Relations from Loyola University Chicago. She is bicultural and bilingual (English/Spanish).
Clare Killy (she/her/hers)
Vice President of Digital Experiences, Panel Moderator at Aspire Chicago
Clare is Vice President of Digital Experiences at Aspire. She leads the organization's DEI Consultation and Virtual Life Coaching teams and is the host of Aspire's podcast, Amplify Inclusion.