CREW Boston

Bridging Generations: Cultivating Inclusivity and Understanding in the Modern Workplace

2 Avenue de Lafayette - 6th Floor, Boston MA


Please note that this event has been cancelled. 

Join us for 'Bridging Generations: Cultivating Inclusivity and Understanding in the Modern Workplace,' a transformative session with Kelly Colón. Dive into effective strategies for fostering an inclusive workplace culture that embraces diversity in all its forms. Discover how to leverage the unique strengths of each generation and promote psychological safety, trust, and collaboration. Learn practical tips for enhancing social cohesion and mental wellness, all while driving innovation and organizational success. This session is a must-attend for anyone committed to building a workspace where inclusivity is not just a goal, but a reality.

Kelly Colón is an inspirational leader and the driving force behind Eledex Consulting, LLC.  A unique consultancy dedicated to supporting individuals, families, organizations and institutions in their journey towards embracing and actualizing cognitive diversity as well as understanding organizational & occupational behavior.  

As an accomplished consultant, neurodivergent coach, professor, author, speaker and advocate, Kelly’s multifaceted career is rooted in a deep personal commitment to ensuring all diversity; including cognitive diversity is not merely accepted but celebrated in our workplaces, our classrooms and in society. 

Her path has been shaped by her professional expertise in the built environment, her role as an educator and by lived experiences as a neurodivergent individual and parent of neurodivergent children. Diagnosed with ADHD later in life, Kelly brings a unique and insightful perspective to creating inclusive environments that recognize and respect the full spectrum of neurodivergence. 

Driven by the conviction that everyone, irrespective of their differences has the inherent right to navigate life successfully without facing societal bias, Kelly’s work is a testament to the power of advocacy and innovation in fostering environments where neurodivergent individuals can feel safe, seen, heard and valued. 
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

2 Avenue de Lafayette - 6th Floor, Boston MA

Members: $30
Non-members: $50

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Confirmed Attending

  • Heidi Cashman
  • Ashley Cormier
  • Tora Coursey
  • Lindsay Garrard
  • Marya Gorczyca
  • Nancy Hanright
  • Caren Jenkins
  • Kate Moran Carter
  • Kelly O'Connor
  • Linda Wyble