April 9, 2020 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Belo Mansion
2101 Ross Avenue Dallas
TX 75201
Sponsorships are available from $500-$25,000 with Tickets for $150
Wendy Newberg

According to CEO Abigail Erickson along with Honorary Chairs Dr. Lisa Genecov and Betsy Kleinman & Chair Betty Regard, Bryan’s House will host Pathways to Inclusion Luncheon, Awards & Special Needs Summit on Thursday, April 9, 2020 at the Belo Mansion. 

With a metallic colored attire theme, guests will dress to impress, enjoy lunch, raffle, an emcee-led discussion with a unique perspective…from a global leader panelist who is a mother of a child with special needs to a leader taking extraordinary measures to serve and hire those with special needs in the workplace. 

Topics will include: 

TECHNOLOGY to serve or advance the lives of at-risk children with special medical, therapy or other social/emotional or mental health needs, and their families. 

INNOVATION: Taking diversity and inclusion a step further. Corporations creating career paths for those with special needs or making accommodations for their employees or those that may have a child with special needs.

 Panelists include:

 John McGill, Director of Brand Partnerships Mensa

 Kelly Burton, National President AT&T Ability ERG

 Gerry Mecca, Former VP-IT Keurig & Founder EKG

 Richard Margolin, Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder Robokind

 Laura Ramirez, Director, Diversity & Inclusion Specialist Ericsson

 Dr. Hiren Shukla, Automation & Innovation Neuro-Diverse CoE Leader Ernst & Young

 Tracy Picon, Sr. Director Healthcare Industry Executive Strategist Microsoft

 Bryan’s House will also honor 2020 Wisdom’s Hope Awardees:


Rust E. Reid, Thompson & Knight, LLC


Sarah Losinger


Temple Emanu-El


The University of Texas at Dallas


Studio Movie Grill (SMG)

 100% of proceeds go to the Family Supportive Services Program (FSS) and Therapy Coordination.