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      1. Hi Helen,
        Thank you so much for getting back to me. I know this is a busy time in the semester for you. I already lined up a speaker for April, Autism Awareness month. I would love to hear you and know more about what you speak about. You were recommended to me by an acquaintance I hold in high regard. I would love to see where else you might fit in our webinar series. Also, what do you charge for a live webinar, one hour in length?

        Thanks again,


      2. Again, feel free to email me at! I speak on several topics including disability studies and models of disability, academic ableism and access, transition to higher education, autistic community, autistic online spaces, autism and gender, and so on. I have flexible rates depending on what the organization or institution can afford- I occasionally present for free for other TAs, contingent faculty, or small community organizations. Please get in touch via email, as I do look forward to working with you.


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