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The Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services team invites you to get to know Lime Connect!Networking is a powerful tool for recruitment and few organizations understand this better than Lime Connect. ET is thrilled to welcome Karen Kelsey who will introduce you to the service that has helped scores of job seekers with disabilities to jump-start their careers!

Lime Connect represents the largest network of high potential university students and professionals who happen to have disabilities in the world.

Lime Connect is a global NGO organization that’s rebranding disability through achievement. They do that by attracting, preparing, and connecting these high potential university students and professionals, who happen to have all types of disabilities, for careers, scholarships, internship, and full-time careers with their corporate partners – the world’s leading corporations.

With programs currently focused on the U.S. and Canada, Lime Connect is a powerful brand that’s breaking stereotypes and boosting inclusiveness and diversity in today’s workplace.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERKaren Kelsey is Lime Connect’s Relationship Manager in Canada, where she is responsible for managing and building the corporate, post-secondary educational institution, and disability organizational partnerships integral to the success of Lime Connect in the Canadian marketplace. Karen also focuses on attracting high-potential students and alumni to grow The Lime Network in Canada, and she acts as the lead and coordinator for the active Canadian volunteer base – Lime Connect Ambassadors. Karen brings many years of relationship management, human resources management, and people management experience in the financial services sector to her role.