Dr. Beverly Hamilton is a nonprofit executive and consultant. Hamilton is currently Deputy Director at Girlstart and has over twenty years of experience in higher education and nonprofit management. She has previously served as the Interim CEO for 3 Day Startup and Con Mi MADRE, both nonprofit organizations that empower students through education and connection. Hamilton is the founder of Austin Diaper Bank, a basic needs nonprofit organization she grew from a spare bedroom to a warehouse in just three years, serving thousands of Central Texas families each year.
Hamilton currently serves on the Austin PBS Community Advisory Board and is an active volunteer at Capitol School, a primary school for language and learning differences. She holds a Ph.D. in Education from the University of Texas at Austin and completed her undergraduate work at Texas A&M. Hamilton is a proud mom and a Lifetime Member of Girl Scouts.
Neurodiversity Awareness and Inclusion Training for Nonprofit Leaders
Nonprofit leaders have a huge impact on their communities and the people they serve. As nonprofit organizations are typically tasked with doing more with less, professional development can be difficult to prioritize, particularly when it comes to awareness and inclusion for people with disabilities as employees, clients, and stakeholders. By offering a series of free, brief, but powerful training and learning opportunities for nonprofit leaders on neurodiversity awareness and inclusion, people with disabilities will be more included, valued, and considered in nonprofit organizations and in the wider community.