Disability General


Meet #Gretchen #Vogel, #Springboard’s NEW #Inspirational #Speaker

Are you still thinking about your Memorial Day celebrations?  Well... Springboard Consulting would like you to think about October.  Why?  Because it is the U.S., celebration known as National Disability Employment Awareness Month (#NDEAM ) and with it being only four months away and, as an employer, requires your immediate attention . 
This year’s theme as announced by the #US Labor Department's Office of #Disability Employment Policy (#ODEP) is:  "Because We Are EQUAL to the Task".  According to ODEP, the theme reflects the reality that people with disabilities have the education, training, experience and desire to be successful in the workplace.   Whether you already live this theme in your day to day business and want to have a celebration that takes your success to the next level or would like to use the celebratory event to begin your journey, Springboard can help.
NEW this year is Springboard’s offering of an inspirational keynote speaker who had her corporate debut at this year’s U.S. #Disability #Matters Conference. Gretchen Vogel is the 21 year old daughter of Springboard’s CEO, Nadine Vogel.  She is a college senior with successful internship experience who happens to have numerous disabilities.  Her presentation theme is “Expectations:  Her's, Her Parent’s and Her Employer's".   Gretchen’s delivery is funny, poignant and truly inspirational (never a dry eye in the room, especially from special needs parents), clearly illustrating that she and others like her are most certainly #EQUAL to the task.
Make your 2013 NDEAM celebration special, memorable and extremely relevant.  As you can imagine, Gretchen’s calendar is filling up fast, so contact Springboard today at:
    Subject: "Gretchen"
    OR call us at (973) 813-7260
You may also contact Springboard to inquire about Nadine or our many other NDEAM celebratory offerings and speakers by emailing us at:
    Subject:  “NDEAM”
    OR call us at (973) 813-7260

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