About the event
Neurodiversity has landed on the global stage, but accurate knowledge and efforts to increase the inclusion of neurodivergent people have not propelled forward. Neurodiversity must be discussed in global policy, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) efforts, and, in some regions, necessary access to care and education.
This panel on Global Perspectives aims to bring together international perspectives on the progress of neuroinclusion worldwide to create a rich discussion on how to continue to create a more neuroinclusive world for all.
This is a free online event via Zoom.
Tiffany Payton Jameson, Ph.D.
Managing Partner, grit & flow
Tiffany Payton Jameson, Ph.D., MBA, PHR, is an organizational psychologist who uses her multi-disciplinary experience currently as the Managing Partner for grit & flow, a purpose-driven consultancy working worldwide, to help further the development of workplaces that support the cognitive diversity of each employee and candidate. Dr. Jameson is also a LinkedIn Learning instructor and an international speaker. Dr. Jameson’s area of expertise is the field of neurodiversity, mental health, and person-centered workplaces.
Founder CEO of NeuroGifted | Social Psychologist
Joel Godi, a seasoned Social Psychologist and Learning & Development expert with over 25 years of experience, is a leading figure in the neurodiversity movement. Founder of Neurogifted in 2015, Joel is dedicated to fostering global collaboration and advancing neurodiversity acceptance.
As an Autistic ADHDer, Joel brings a unique perspective to his work, advocating for inclusive environments that unlock the full potential of every individual. He believes that embracing neurodiversity isn't just morally imperative but also strategically advantageous, driving both social justice and economic prosperity. Through his roles as a consultant, speaker, and activist, Joel continues to champion neuroinclusion, aiming to create a more equitable and harmonious society.
Hiren C Shukla
Global Neurodiversity & Inclusive Value Leader
Hiren’s experience spans more than 20 years across the fields of accounting, strategy, automation, innovation and information technology. He currently leads the internal automation and innovation at Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) and is the founder of Neuro-Diverse Centers of Excellence at EY US. Hiren helps unlock human potential to drive innovation across emerging technology, blockchain, AI, cybersecurity and analytics.
Hiren is the strategic link at EY US, responsible for converting the neurodiversity inclusiveness effort into commercial application for exceptional client service and tangible ROI. His efforts allow EY US to bring this innovation model to its largest clients, and to rapidly open additional Neuro-Diverse Centers of Excellence across their global footprint.