Bryan’s House will host “Pathways to Inclusion,” its fifth annual Luncheon, Awards and Special Needs Summit, on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at the Arts District Mansion (formerly the Belo Mansion) in Dallas.
In addition to the presentation of the awards, attendees will be treated to a Kendra Scott pop-up shop, a raffle, and an emcee-led technology and innovation discussion. WFAA senior news reporter and host of Inside Texas Politics Jason Whitely will moderate the panel discussion which will focus on how technology, AI and accessibility initiatives can help create pathways for companies to employ people with special needs.
To symbolize the technological focus of the event, attendees are asked to wear metallic-colored accents to the luncheon. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the event will benefit the work of Bryan’s House and its support of at-risk children with special needs and their families.
- John McGill, Director of Brand Partnerships at American Mensa
- Kelly Burton, former National President, AT&T Ability Employee Resource Group
- Gerry Mecca, Chief Information Officer, Datascan, and former Vice President of Information Technology, Keurig/Dr Pepper
- Richard Margolin, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder, RoboKind
- Laura Ramirez, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Invitation Homes
- Hiren Shukla, Automation & Innovation/Neuro-Diverse Center of Excellence Leader, Ernst & Young
- Tracy Picon, Senior Director of Business Development and Strategy-Health and Life Sciences, Microsoft
For more information and tickets visit: https://bryans-house.networkforgood.com/events/15629-bryan-s-house-pathways-to-inclusion-luncheon-awards-special-needs-summit