Intersections on The Spectrum Podcast

Episodes

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Lydia X. Z. Brown

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Autistically Alex

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Dr. TC Waisman

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Troy Sawyer

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Kayla Rodriguez

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Kayley Margarite Whalen

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Tiffany Joseph

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Maisie Soetantyo

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Asiatu Lawoyin

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Angela Weddle

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Liana Rodriguez

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Ayanna Davis

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Dawn-Joy Leong

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Daniel Leong

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Shalese - Autistic Travel Goddess

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Iqra Babar

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Lyric - Neurodivergent Rebel

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TBA

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TBA

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TBA

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Your podcast co-hosts

Doug Blecher

Doug Blecher is the founder of Autism Personal Coach, an organization that  provides coaching to autistic adults and teens to help them reduce their daily overwhelm and get the things they want and need in their lives. 

Through the work of Autism Personal Coach Doug has seen time and again how the intersectional identities of autistic folks are often ignored and repressed and how this negatively impacts the quality of their lives. He hopes through the stories that are shared on Intersections on the Spectrum that this can have a positive impact in reducing these inequalities.

Doug lives with his partner  in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Kelly Bron Johnson

Mx. K. Bron Johnson (she/they) is an Autistic and Hard of Hearing (HoH) self-advocate, founder of Completely Inclusive, social enterprise consultancy devoted to Inclusion and Accessibility in the workplace, and founder of the Autistic Entrepreneurs Network.

As a Black nonbinary person of mixed heritage, she brings her lived experience and intersecting identities to all her work, and challenges people to see Disabled People, LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and all oppressed or marginalized peoples in a different light.

Bron is also interested in mitigating the effects of Colonialism and Intergenerational Trauma and how we can all work together to dismantle systemic inequities in society.

She lives with her life partner and two children in Montreal, Canada.

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