Join us for lunch and conscious-company conversation from the convenience of your desk during this virtual one-hour discussion (on the Zoom platform) with the My Talent Pipeline Community of kindred professionals.
Guest moderator, Jeff Harmon, and host, Sherrill Curtis, will engage our special guests in an exploration of the extensive organization-wide culture impact from curating inclusive workplaces with differently-abled talent.
Participate in the virtual conversation, ask questions, and share ideas as we take a deeper look into how these organic shifs in workplace culture transformed engagement at Bettaway Traffic Systems, Inc. and Peckham, Inc., among others.
Ed Terris, Vice President of Manufacturing with Peckham Inc., a non-profit with a mission to assist persons with disabilities by removing employment barriers. In direct support of this mission, Mr. Terris supervises all aspects of assembly for Peckam's $100M+ non-profit manufacturing operation.This includes coordinating logistics, enhancing operational processes, developing high-performance teams, and overseeing procedures. His responsibilities range from evaluating stakeholder requirements to safeguarding the organization’s health and financial stability.
Professor Narayanan, a Kesseler Family Endowed Faculty Fellow in Supply Chain Management, is with The Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. In addition to teaching Operations Management/Supply Chain Management, Professor Narayanan is also conducting research in knowledge worker productivity, business process improvement, buyer-supplier relationships and innovation in supply chains.
Steve Aslan, Director of HR and Contract Compliance for Bettaway Traffic Systems, Inc., honored as a Rutgers Douglas Developmental Disabilities Center (DDDC) award winning Community Partner. Mr. Aslan is responsible for curating Bettaway's participation in the highly successful job shadow program with the DDDC, offering pre-vocational training and supported employment in the community.