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A Global Alliance

Neurowrx is a global alliance of corporations, non-profit organizations, and individuals working together to foster and inspire employment for people with autism spectrum disorder in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) industries.

We value transparency, quality, autonomy, collaboration and diversity.


Increase Employment

Provide a forum for individuals with ASD, their employees and the broader business community to increase employment of individuals with ASD in STEM?



Advertise the strengths, talents and business benefits of neurodiversity


Share and Promote

Share, promote and collaborate on best practices for employing individuals with ASD in STEM


Increase Opportunity

Remove obstacles and increase opportunities for individuals with ASD to achieve their employment goals

About us

Neurowrx was launched after 13 companies actively working on this mission were invited by AT&T to come together in Dallas to learn, share and connect in order to be more effective. With founding members already from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas, the vision is to foster a world-wide sharing network to educate the globe about the business advantages arising from employing people with ASD in STEM.


Neurowrx also aims to empower companies and employees to implement effective and profitable employment models through the provision of open-source resources, collaboration and consultation.

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Become a Member

Neurowrx members enjoy special privileges and perks, such as access to our data warehouse and content repository, introductions to potential partners, and opportunities to exchange information and resources. Membership is open to individuals with ASD, companies who currently or plan to employ individuals with ASD, advocates for individuals with ASD and organizations who provide services to individuals with ASD.

Interested in joining Neurowrx? Click here.

"When you've met one person with autism, you've met one person with autism."

Dr. Stephen Shore


500 Terry Francois Street San Francisco, CA 94158


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