Rank #1: E118: From Spinal Cord Injury to Supporting McDonald's To Ensure Access For All
Christian Perera, Accessibility Consultant, UK Digital Team at McDonald’s Corporation joins the program to discuss his journey from having a spinal cord injury to becoming an accessibility consultant. Christian discusses some of the obstacles that he encountered along the way and how he overcome them.
Rank #2: E111: Tommy Hilfiger's Innovative and Inclusive Clothing Line
Gary Sheinbaum, Chief Executive Officer, Tommy Hilfiger Americas, joins the program to discuss the Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive line. The line includes the essential fashion pieces like shirts, pants, shorts, dresses, and jackets — but Tommy Adaptive clothes are easier to put on. Modifications such as adjustable hems, one-handed zippers, side-seam openings, bungee cord closure systems, adjustable waists, and magnetic buttons and velcro make the fashionable designs much more disability friendly.
Rank #3: E104: Leaders Engaged on Alzheimer's Disease
Ian Kremer, Executive Director of Leaders Engaged on Alzheimer's Disease, joins the program to discuss some of the potential causes, progression and treatment options for those affected by Alzheimer's. He also shares the some of the most exciting investments in research that are currently underway.
Rank #4: E101: Enabling Greater Workforce Inclusion and Diversity
Steven AJ Cox, Diversity and Inclusion Ambassador at Fujitsu, joins the program to discuss how he has been able to help embed a more inclusive culture and how technological advances in automation and artificial intelligence impact the modern workforce.
Rank #5: E105: Inclusion in a Digital Society
Digital transformation consultant Christopher Joynson and Rob Price, COO for Worldline UK&I, join the program to discuss the importance of inclusion in a digital society. They share their thoughts about the "digital divide", the cost of that divide, and how technology can be used to add value to companies and people.
Rank #6: E119: Business Disability Forum- With Diane Lightfoot
Diane Lightfoot, CEO of Business Disability Forum, joins the program to discuss the work that her organization does to empower persons with disabilities. She also discusses the problem of the disability pay gap and the work that is being done to ensure that meaningful employment is available to all.
Rank #7: E108: The Value of Social Capital
How do we fully value the social good that people do in the world? Debra is joined by her producer, Doug Foresta, in a conversation about being paid well for social good and why we should invest in work that empowers and uplifts others and the payoff for making those investments. They explore how to get past fear and dysfunctional narratives in order to keep the focus on doing the right thing for your brand and stakeholders. To support our program, visit https://www.patreon.com/HPAW
Rank #8: E110: Disability Inclusion Disruption
LaMondré Pough joins the program to discuss the disruption that is occurring when it comes to disability inclusion. Discover some of the trends and technological shifts that are occurring and the impact that they will have on people of all abilities.
Rank #9: E107: Camp Wamp: Providing Life-Changing Experiences to Children with Physical Disabilities
Stephen J Wampler joins the program to discuss the creation of "Camp Wamp", which encourages teamwork, empowers kids with physical disabilities to experience the great outdoors, and creates memories that last a lifetime.
Rank #10: E100: Making the Internet More Useful and Accessible- With Internet Pioneer Vint Cerf
Vint Cerf, Internet Pioneer, and Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google, joins the program for this special 100th edition of Human Potential at Work. Vint discusses how he came to co-create the architecture of the internet and shares his thoughts about the current state of technology and the internet including machine learning, how technology enables him to work, and the interplay between the internet and smartphones.