ADDA’s Workplace Committee strives to provide employees with ADHD and their employers with credible, actionable information. We are always looking for individuals who take on the following challenges with us:
Website Project Leaders: to track project progress, help determine what needs to be done, and assign writing, editing and other tasks to volunteers.
ADHD at Work Content Writers: to help write some of its Website pages as a first phase and eventually write articles occasionally.
Communications Professional: who can help with building awareness by preparing press releases, articles and reports based on the analysis of data gathered during the survey. If this is you, you may be asked to work on content for our contribution to ADHD Awareness Month. You would also help us build interest in the launch of the Website.
Team Coordinator: working with the Chair, you’d organize committee meetings, update project tasks in Asana and prepare committee meeting notes.
Managing ADHD in the Workplace Presenters: Present the Managing ADHD in the Workplace presentation to workplaces and other organizers in your local area.
Become a member of ADDA and reap the benefits of a community. Or better yet, become a volunteer and make a difference in your ADHD community.