Founded in Santa Clara County in 1928, Goodwill of Silicon Valley (GWSV) is part of Goodwill Industries International, a federation of over 200 autonomous, community-based Goodwill organizations worldwide. Together we are one of the largest social service organizations in the world.
We are dedicated to improving employment opportunities, increasing standards of living, providing economic independence and restoring our clients sense of self value. We do this through workforce creation, vocational training and environmental stewardship.
We are a group of professionals from a diverse set of educational and experience backgrounds in coaching, communications, higher education, and high technology. We are bound by our common passion to make a difference in the lives of neurodivergent individuals so that their talents and expertise can make an impact in the world through their work. We have all been touched by neurodiversity in one way or another.
We aspire to grow to become a engine of impact in the world for neurodivergent individuals to gain meaningful, rewarding, and sustained employment. We are sincere and serious about changing organizations toward the mindset of Inclusion for Abilities and Acceptance for Differences.
We were previously known as Expadability and our offering was called Autism Advantage. We are a part of Mission Services in Goodwill of Silicon Valley.
If any or all of this resonates with you, please contact us so we may explore further how we can interact with each other in a mutually beneficial manner.
Deeply passionate about diversity and inclusion, Khushboo is a Neurodiversity Specialist and a Transformational Leader, on a mission to advocate for and help provide access to high quality services for children and adults affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities. Khushboo aims to make a meaningful impact in the world through education, empowerment, authentic engagement and unbridled compassion.
A personal passion and commitment to empower neurodivergent individuals is what drives Ranga today. Before devoting his time to Neurodiversity Pathways, Ranga led a number of highly successful digital transformation initiatives for high tech Silicon Valley companies and Stanford University. His real-life experience, executive leadership, and business background helps shape the classroom curriculum and learning experience Ranga provides to neurodivergent individuals and organizations.
Working in warehouses to inside the White House, John is someone who constantly questions and explores how we can improve systems in order to create better products, policy, and outcomes. John is passionate about solving for the end-user and communicating complex ideas in a way that is easily understood.