Neurodiversity Resources

I speak and consult on neurodiversity for organizations including Google, Harvard University, AstraZeneca, and Accenture. I believe that creating a neuroinclusive workplace isn’t just the right thing to do – it’s a competitive advantage.

Organizations that lead the charge towards more inclusivity will reap the benefits in unlocked talent, higher retention, and a greater sense of purpose. Organizations that fail to embrace neuroinclusivity will quickly fall behind.

Below, I’ve compiled some of the best resources on neurodiversity for leaders who want to build a neuroinclusive workplace. This list of recommendations is only a starting point, so don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re looking for more in-depth training or consultation.

Neurodiversity Books

Neurodiversity and the Myth of Normal” – Daniel Wendler and Kyler Shumway

We’re not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation” – Eric Garcia

Neurodiversity Articles

When Great Minds Don’t Think Alike” – Temple Grandin for Harvard Business Review

Neurodiversity as a Competitive Advantage” – Michael Bernick for Harvard Business Review

The Disability Inclusion Imperative” – Accenture in collaboration with Disability:IN

Neurodiversity in the Workplace” – Deloitte Insights

Neurodiversity Organizations

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Autism Self Advocacy Network

Association for Autism and Neurodiversity

Neurodiverse Leadership Toastmasters

Neurodiversity Speaking & Consulting

I’m available to speak or consult on neurodiversity in the workplace, as well as topics such as unconventional leadership, building community, and personal growth. You can learn more at

 I frequently co-present with fellow psychologist Dr. Kyler Shumway. You can read about him and explore our co-led offerings at at