October 1, 2013
Leading Business Executives Come Together to Promote Investments in Hiring That Can Really Make a Difference

Focus is on preparing youth with disabilities for the workforce at annual US Business Leadership Network Conference

WASHINGTON, DC (October 1, 2013) – Mr. Richard Marriott, Chairman of the Board of Host Hotels and Resorts and President and Trustee of the Marriott Foundation, and Mr. Mike Corbo, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Mitsubishi Electric US Elevator/Escalator Division, headlined a lively lunch discussion on preparing young people with disabilities for the workforce. The symposium addressed an audience of over 500 business leaders at the annual USBLN® conference in Los Angeles today. [DOC |PDF]

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