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"Do not go where the path may lead.  Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." Ralph Waldo Emerson


We support Neurodivergent adults to thrive at work whether they are entrepreneurs, leaders, or new employees!

Leaves in a circle with different shades of green listing neurodivergent identities including ODD, Stuttering, Bipolar Disorder, Dysgraphia, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Fragile X, Traumatic Brain Injury, Dyscalculia, Social Communication Disorder, Autism, ADHD, Gifted, Anxiety

What does Neurodivergent mean?

Neurodivergent people perceive the world and behave in a way that is different than what society considers typical or the norm.  Their differences may be invisible and subtle, but significant.  

Acknowledging that some people have privilege (neurotypical) and some people face barriers to inclusion and belonging and discrimintation (neurodivergent) is an essential step towards more equitable communities.  
*Note: Image is not a comprehensive list of over 300 neurodivergent identities.


  • If someone is not thriving or reaching their potential, focusing on changing the environment to be more inclusive has the greatest impact.

  • When designing systems and learning opportunities, we design to the edges, with Neurodivergent people in mind. 

  • Neurodivergent people can grow, just like anyone, but they are not responsible for changing themselves or masking to fit in or make others comfortable.  

  • Center Neurodivergent voices to create communities in which they thrive.  

Core Values

Courage: Taking risks without knowing the outcome creates opportunities for growth. Showing up and letting yourself be seen, despite the risk is strong and leads to connection.  Going against the cultural norms to be your authentic self is one example.

Joy: Doing what we enjoy shows that we reject the idea that productivity is connected to our value as a human and and the positive energy spreads.

Dignity: Everyone has the same inherent worth and value and deserves a life filled with meaning, joy, and connection.

Creativity: We think outside the box when we solve problems; we reject the status quo and create something new.


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