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Seeing the Unseen: the Intersectionality of HIV & People with Disabilities

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Join Disability:IN Chicagoland for a virtual conversation on HIV/AIDS awareness and non-apparent disabilities.

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In recognition of World AIDS Day and International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Disability:IN Chicagoland hosts a virtual panel discussion designed to build awareness on HIV/AIDS and nonapparent disabilities, including a conversation on the connection between HIV and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Scott Hoesman, CEO and Founder of inQUEST Consulting will moderate a panel of experts including: Kevin Irvine, Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant, Individuals with Disabilities, Rush University Medical Center; Tim Jackson, Director of Government Relations, AIDS Foundation of Chicago; and David Munar, President & CEO of Howard Brown Health. Panelists will discuss opportunities for businesses to support employees with HIV, relating their own personal stories and individual experiences to the conversation. Don't miss your chance to be a part of this timely online discussion!

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Disability:IN Chicagoland, an affilaite of Disability:IN, is Illinois' only business-to-business association that promotes disability inclusion in the workplace, marketplace and supply-chain. This business-led initiative offers education, training, networking and access to resources to organizations in the Chicago area in an effort to change attitudes and support business efforts toward disability inclusion.

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