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Kristin Duquette is a globally-recognized disability rights advocate, former world-class athlete, and political appointee in the Obama Administration. She is a five-time American Paralympic Record Holder, three-time Junior National Record Holder, and the former Captain of the U.S. Paralympic Swim Team for the 2010 Greek Open.
Kristin is currently a Preparedness Officer for FEMA’s Transportation Security Grant Program at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and resides in Washington, D.C. Kristin is a student at the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security Program with a focus on leveraging disabled talent for active military roles.
Studies show that diverse teams are 36% more likely to be profitable. This panel looks at how we can create human-first workplaces that champion diversity and inclusion, and how to spark the...