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Jason's Connection Is Going to the Big Apple!

30 Mar 2016 by Jason Harris
Jason Harris

Jason P. Harris, founder and spokesperson of Jason’s Connection will be traveling next week to New York City for several speaking engagements.

On April 6, 2016, during the Positive Exposure Pop-Up Exhibition, Jason will present a lunchtime lecture at 12:30 PM, and will also speak on Family Advocate Day on April 9th. His presentations focus on hidden and invisible disabilities and societal attitudes towards those with differing abilities. The Exhibition will take place April 5 – 11, 2016 at the Art Directors Club, 106 West 29th Street, New York City. The event is free and open to the public. The sole purpose of the Positive Exposure Pop-Up Center is to network and be inspired by the amazing programs and advocacy efforts happening all around us. Positive Exposure was founded in 1998 by award winning fashion photographer, Rick Guidotti. For more information about Positive Exposure and the multi-media exhibition, visit www.positiveexposure.org/calendar/?_m=4&_y=2016.

While in New York, Jason will also speak to the employees of The Nielson Company, an information and measurement company. The company provides media and marketing information, analytics, and manufacturer and retailer expertise about what and where consumers buy, read, watch and listen. Mr. Harris’s presentation will focus on inclusion of the diverse abilities community in consumer studies. This is a private event.


Jason Harris

Founder of Jason’s Connection – an online resource for those with disabilities, mental health, aging and other needs. Jason was awarded an M.S. in Cultural Foundations of Education and Advanced Certificate in Disability Studies from Syracuse University.  Jason is also a Project Coordinator and Research Associate at the Burton Blatt Institute, an international think tank for Disability Rights and Human Justice at Syracuse University.  He regularly contributes to the blog in his own series called Jason’s View and travels the country consulting and speaking about disability issues and rights. To read more from Jason Harris, read Jason's View