Carolyn Cartwright

"Becoming More Inclusive of People with Disabilities"

Carolyn Cartwright, Director of Corporate Diversity Initiatives for SunTrust Banks, spoke at Samford University on March 30th, 2010. Recognized as an innovator in developing opportunities for people with disabilities to pursue rewarding careers, Ms. Cartwright discussed what a university might learn from corporate efforts to ensure the full participation of people with disabilities.

Ms. Cartwright's presentation was part of the Mann Center's ongoing A. Gerow Hodges Lectures in Ethics & Leadership, and was co-sponsored by Samford University's Office of Counseling and Disability Support Services.

Ms. Carolyn CartwrightDr. Matt Kerlin, University MinisterMs. Anne Sherman, Director of Disability Support ServicesStudents in Reid Chapel

During Ms. Cartwright's visit to campus, Dr. John Knapp spoke with her about managing disabilities in the workforce. Similar interviews with other thought leaders are available here.



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