June 20th, 2024


12:30 PM - 1:00 PM - Welcome & networking

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM - Presentation session #1 and EmploymentWorks awards

1:45 PM - 2:15 PM - Networking

2:15 PM - 3:00 PM - Presentation session #2 and EmploymentWorks awards

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM - Networking

Once registered, attendees are welcome to join us for either session. Please note that session 1 and session 2 consist of the same information. Refreshments and light snacks will be available for guests.


The Hemmingway Room 

1206 20 Ave SE

Join us at The Hemingway Room for NEUROinclusion Untapped | Workplace Solutions! Learn more about the benefits of workplace inclusion, and engage in meaningful conversations with like-minded professionals. Enjoy delicious food, and join insightful discussions on diversity. Let's raise a glass to diversity, inclusion, and the pursuit of a more equitable future. See you there!


Tanya McLeod
Tanya McLeod
Sinneave Family Foundation
Tanya McLeod (she/her) is President of The Sinneave Family Foundation in Calgary, Alberta; a national organization committed to providing value to the community by coordinating and investing in a portfolio of purposeful initiatives and projects aimed at enhancing opportunities in education, employment and housing for Autistic youth and adults. Tanya is a member of Autism Alberta’s Alliance Planning Committee and the Champion for Employment. Tanya is pleased to lead the National EmploymentWorks Project that supports working age Autistic Canadians to prepare for, get and keep jobs. She also champions Worktopia, an initiative to advance neuroinclusion in the workplace and is pleased to support the development of a provincial network for employment inclusion – the Alberta Employment First Network. She is a Certified Healthcare Executive and a decorated 20-year veteran, with a Master Degree in Health Administration, a Graduate Certificate in Health Systems Leadership, and a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical and Materials Engineering.