As more people get vaccinated and companies begin reopening their offices, it is critical to reflect on key lessons from the past year of Zoom calls and remote work. Watch a special conversation with disability employment expert, business leader, and inclusion innovator Jim Sinocchi. Jim talked about how JPMorgan Chase has reshaped their accessibility efforts, how they deliver accommodations both in the office and remotely, and what opportunities lay ahead for future leaders with disabilities. This fireside chat gave audience members unprecedented access to ask their most burning questions about disability employment and the post-COVID world.
Jim Sinocchi is the Head of Disability Inclusion at JPMorgan Chase. In this role, Sinocchi works closely with senior leaders across JPMorgan Chase to establish consistent standards and processes to better support employees with disabilities. The office also supports employees who care for disabled family members. A self-advocate, he is keenly aware of the issues and challenges facing people with disabilities as he sustained a spinal cord injury early in his business career. Sinocchi has served on the board of Jawonio, an organization focused on the well-being and equality of people with disabilities, and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Viscardi Center — a private, New York State-supported school for children with severe physical disabilities. He also serves on RespectAbility’s Board of Directors.