Cats At Night – Disability:IN Radio Spotlight
In January, New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced that he has called on companies to report on their inclusion of people with disabilities across the enterprise.
Following his announcement, Disability:IN President and CEO, Jill Houghton, as well as Comptroller DiNapoli were invited to speak on John Catsimatidis’ radio show “Cats at Night”. Mr. Catsimatidis is an American billionaire, businessman and radio talk show host. Mr. Catsimatidis is involved in various philanthropic movements and is very interested in New York City developments and the wellbeing of New Yorkers.
For more information or to hear a recording of the radio segment, click here.
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