THIS WEEK'S TOPIC:
Ruth Rathblott, MSW was born with a limb difference. In her compelling and intimate memoir, Singlehandedly, she recounts the exhausting and often lonely years she spent overachieving and trying to hide her disability before she learned to unhide. She takes us on a journey of self-discovery: discovering her difference, being taught to hide it, and ultimately finding self-acceptance and connection with others.
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THIS WEEK'S GUEST:
Ruth Rathblott, MSW is an expert on inclusion and diversity. She is a TEDx and inspirational speaker, bestselling author, and an award-winning former nonprofit leader. She was born with a limb difference and speaks to companies on issues of equity and belonging, the gifts of being unique, and the freedom of accepting your differences. Ruth was profiled as a CEO in The New York Times’ Corner Office and received Goucher College’s Excellence in Public Service Award, among other awards, for her outstanding leadership in the nonprofit sector. She has spent her entire career focused on providing opportunities for those who have been underrepresented. She serves as a board member of The Lucky Fin Project.
TEDx: When I Stopped Hiding, I Found Freedom: https://youtu.be/9W3FtgvjC-4
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