Scoring Goals with Team Inclusion for People with Disabilities

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Noelle Lambert, Para-athlete and founder of The Born to Run Foundation; Giselle Mota, Chief of Product Inclusion, ADP, Inc

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Join us for an intimate discussion between U.S. Paralympian, Noelle Lambert, and Giselle Mota, Chief of Product Inclusion at ADP. It was a moped accident that left Noelle—a NCAA Division 1 lacrosse athlete for UMass Lowell—a different athlete than before. Noelle lost her left leg above the knee, but what she didn’t lose was her fighting spirit. She continued rehabilitation until she could rejoin her team at UMass Lowell and went on to compete at the Tokyo Olympic games in another sport. She’s now made it her mission to help other amputees with her foundation, the Born to Run Foundation, which provides amputees with prosthetics that will give them the ability to run again. Noelle will be interviewed by Giselle Mota, a recent speaker at both TEDx and the DisabilityIN conference who has her own personal stake in disability inclusion which includes her own unseen disability. Giselle and Noelle will explore: • What disability inclusion means within the greater context of inclusion • Why it matters so much in the current global climate, and • Importance for and examples of how to lead and support inclusive teams

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