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Neurowrx Introduces its First-Ever Business Director

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Tara May Representative, Neurowrx Board of Directors 517.862.2893 tara.may@aspiritech.org

Monday, August 28, 2023 – Neurowrx, a global organization dedicated to promoting employment for people on the autism spectrum, today announced Sarah Clark has been hired as the organization’s first-ever Business Director.

Clark brings more than a decade of digital engagement and marketing experience to the organization. As a neurodivergent individual herself, she is passionate about the mission of neurodiversity employment.

“I am honored to join Neurowrx at this exciting time,” Clark said. “I am confident that we can build on the organization’s strong foundation and achieve even greater success in the years to come.”

A graduate of Northern Arizona University, Sarah Clark leverages her educational background in anthropology and art history plus years of marketing, copywriting, and e-commerce experience to discover opportunities for attracting, engaging, and delighting new and returning audiences.

She has had the pleasure of working in areas including performance arts, the international birding industry, refugee assistance, vintage jewelry sales, and vinyl wallcovering development. Sarah uses her spare time to dabble in fiber arts, yoga, and acoustic guitar.

In her new role, Clark will be responsible for leading Neurowrx’s global mission and driving the organization’s strategic growth initiatives.

“We are very excited to welcome Sarah Clark to Neurowrx,” Neurowrx Board Co-Chair Anne Kresta said. “She is a highly accomplished leader with a deep passion for our mission and vision. We look forward to working with her as she takes Neurowrx to the next level.”

Please join us in welcoming Sarah Clark at the annual Neurowrx International Conference Oct. 18-20 in Chicago. Registration and more details are available here.

About Neurowrx

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

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