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USA Today:
The only time I ever got out of my house was to go to the doctor, and you can’t imagine what that does to someone’s mood,” she says. Working “provided the opportunity to let my strengths actually shine so people get to know the real me, and not just see my disability.

Disability historically has been an overlooked talent pool and so … because of the unemployment rate, because of the strengthening of the voice in the disability community, it’s the right time to introduce disability (inclusion) to corporate America.

Read the full article hyperlink:
https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2019/08/12/after-8-years-what-got-her-out-house-new-job-and-respect/1511830001/

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