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Connecting Talent to Opportunity: Understanding Corporate Entrepreneurship and Shared Value

Saturday, November 4
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Location: Seabreeze

Target Audience: Professionals

The Arc@Work is leading the way in developing innovative workforce solutions for the government and private sector by connecting employers with talented employees with intellectual and developmental disabilities and supporting the recruitment, on-boarding, and retention process. Our goal is to connect organizations with people and services that increase the diversity, productivity, and quality of their overall workforce.

This session will focus on the products and services The Arc@Work provides to employers across the US to successfully on-board and retain talented individuals with I/DD, research conducted at Georgetown University on Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility (SCSR) initiatives, how chapters can leverage business entrepreneurship to support the hiring of individuals with I/DD, and the return on investment (ROI) corporations see when successfully implementing disability hiring programs.

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Jonathan Lucus

Managing Director, The Arc@Work
The Arc
Washington DC, District of Columbia

Jonathan Lucus is the Director of The Arc@Work at The Arc. He is responsible for overseeing the development of innovative workforce solutions for the federal government, Fortune 500 companies and local organizations. He also serves as a state commissioner for the District of Columbia's State Rehabilitation Agency.

Before joining The Arc, Jonathan was a consultant for the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement where his work was recognized as an international best practice by the United Nations. He has written language for Congressional legislation that was passed into law and has provided consultation to the United Nations, European Union, Department of State and various countries around the world.

He received his Executive Master's degree in global business leadership from Georgetown University, a MPA from the UNCG, certification of Russian language and culture from Lomonosov Moscow State University, and a BS in Psychology from Greensboro College.

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