RespectAbility’s National Disability Speakers Bureau
Jordyn Zimmerman obtained her bachelor’s degree in Education Policy from Ohio University and is currently a graduate student at Boston College studying Curriculum and Instruction.
Diagnosed as autistic, Jordyn has challenged the status quo in the education system for many years. Technology helped open Jordyn’s world and in 2014, she began advocating for students through a series of national and global speaking engagements. Jordyn has keynoted conferences such as Alan November’s Building Learning Communities (BLC) and National Council of Teachers of English — sharing an engaging and powerful message that reminds audiences to believe in the dignity of all people. Jordyn has written blogs for companies in Amsterdam and has been featured by educators in Singapore. To learn more about her work, follow Jordyn on Twitter @Jordynbzim or visit www.JordynZimmerman.com.
About RespectAbility’s National Disability Speakers Bureau
RespectAbility’s National Disability Speakers Bureau offers diverse speakers with disabilities to teach about disability inclusion; and/or to offer their expertise in an array of topics, ranging from Art and Entertainment to Entrepreneurship, Education, Finance, Law, Psychology, Religion (of many faiths) and every vocation in between. Our Speakers Bureau and its divisions are expanding. If this is of interest to you or you know a professional with a visible or nonvisible disability who might be interested, you (or she/he/they) can email Speakers@RespectAbility.org.