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2021 Autism Awareness Month with Joy Keys

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Special Guests:

Autism Activist Morenike Giwa Onaiwu and Dr. Linda McGhee

Linda McGhee, PsyD, JD, BBA, (she/her/hers) is a clinical psychologist and founder of McGhee & Associates (Chevy Chase, Maryland). McGhee received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and doctorate in psychology and law degree from George Washington University.  She completed the Diversity and Inclusion Program at Cornell University.  Her practice specializes in the treatment and assessment of teenagers and adults.  Particular assessment specialties include learning disorders, executive functioning, and social and emotional testing.  She formerly taught personality assessment at GWU and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and she worked as a psychologist and Director of the Teaching and Learning at the Landon School. 

Morénike Giwa Onaiwu, PhD(c), MA (she/they) is a global advocate, educator, disabled person of color, and parent of children on the autism spectrum in a neurodiverse, multicultural, twice-exceptional serodifferent family. A prolific writer, and social scientist/activist whose work focuses on intersectional justice, meaningful community involvement, human rights, and inclusion, Morénike is recognized as a leader in various social justice activism endeavors. Morénike is a highly sought after public speaker, trainer, and consultant who has presented at the White House, the United Nations, and numerous peer-reviewed international conferences. Morénike works collaboratively with various entities, includng The Color of Autism, the Institute fori Exceptional Care, Autism in Black, Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health, National Research Center for Parents with Disabilities, and National Mental Health.

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