A Conversation With The Authors of “Neurodiversity For Dummies’


We’re thrilled to be joined by all three esteemed authors of the recent groundbreaking book, “Neurodiversity for Dummies”.

Their already widely-acclaimed book is a critical and timely resource for everybody interested in this topic.

– John Marble is the founder of Pivot Neurodiversity, a classroom instructor and training partner with Neurodiversity Pathways, and a writer and speaker on innovation, workplace culture, and neurodiversity.

– Khushboo Chabria is a program manager, career coach, and speaker focused on educating and supporting neurodivergent individuals.

– Ranga Jayaraman is the Director of Neurodiversity Pathways program of Goodwill of Silicon Valley in San Jose, California.

Together with the event host, Uptimize founder Ed Thompson, the authors will share and discuss:

– why they wrote the book, and why now

– the personal and professional experiences that they drew on to write the book

– common misconceptions around neurodiversity

– what organizations often get wrong about neurodiversity, and what to do differently

– key takeaways from the book

+ plenty of time for Q&A!




About our guests:

John Marble, Khushboo Chabria and Ranga Jayaraman are the authors of the 2024 book “Neurodiversity For Dummies”. All three are experts in the neurodiversity (at work) field.


About the host, Ed:

Ed Thompson is the CEO and founder of Uptimize, the neurodiversity training company that works globally with organizations like Salesforce, JPMorgan Chase, Deloitte and IBM. Ed has also become a frequent speaker on the topic of neurodiversity in the workplace and is the author of A Hidden Force.

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