Global Program Manager, Office of Disability InclusionCompany: JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Role: Guest Speaker
As global program manager in the Office of Disability Inclusion, Beth works closely with senior leaders across the firm to develop and execute strategies, processes, tools and resources to better support employees with disabilities, and employees who care for disabled family members. She creates and runs firm-wide initiatives aimed at changing culture – helping to shape a workplace where individuals with disabilities are viewed as leaders.
Beth joined JPMorgan Chase’s Diversity & Inclusion team in 2010, where she led the establishment of the Office of Disability Inclusion. She transitioned to the Office once it was formally launched in June 2016. Beth was also the liaison for the Access Ability Business Resource Group during this time. She serves on the Corporate Advisory Board for Disability:IN.
An advocate for people with disabilities throughout her life, Beth draws on her personal experiences with ADHD, anxiety and depression. She is also the mom of four children, all with special needs – including triplets who were adopted from the foster care system.
Beth received a Master’s degree in Comparative Political Science, with a concentration on Public Policy and Social Movements, from the University of Kentucky and a Bachelor of Arts from Wheaton College in Massachusetts.