Episode 22: From Ableism to Disability Advocate

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Episode 22: From Ableism to Disability Advocate

Featuring Bonnie Swenor, Director, Johns Hopkins University Disability Health Research Center
January 12, 2023

Episode 22: From Ableism to Disability Advocate

Dr. Bonnie Swenor of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing talks about her personal experience with a disability and how that propelled her into a career in disability equity research and advocacy. Dr. Swenor is Director of the Disability Health Research Center at Johns Hopkins. She was recently invited to the White House Summit on STEMM Equity and Excellence to discuss the barriers people with disabilities face to being included and benefiting from STEM.

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