Virtual Fireside Chat with Trina Haynes of My Lady ADHD

We were proud to welcome one of the premier global voices of the neurodivergent community, Trina Haynes, for a special virtual fireside chat with Ed Thompson, CEO and founder of Uptimize.

Trina is the Founder of My Lady ADHD, a community for women with ADHD with over 250,000+ followers. She – more than anyone – understands the challenges and goals of the neurodivergent community, where barriers can be prohibitive in the workplace… and how these barriers can be removed to create more inclusive work environments and experiences.

Ed & Trina covered:
– Trina’s own journey to becoming a leading global influencer
– what she offers her audience, and why it’s so valuable
– what she has learned and continues to learn through her interactions with the broader neurodivergent community
– immediate actions employers can take to be more neuroinclusive
… and much more!

About our guest, Trina:

Trina Haynes is the Founder of My Lady ADHD, a community for women with ADHD with over 250,000+ followers. Trina was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and immediately began talking about ADHD and her experience through social media. She quickly became a highly-respected advocate and is now a public speaker, teacher, and host of the My Lady ADHD Podcast.

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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