A purpose-driven leader within the neurodiverse community, Kelly DeJean brings nearly a decade of experience in leading strategic local and national growth efforts for neurodiverse nonprofits of all sizes. Kelly’s focuses on giving voice, tools, resources and multi-source funding to support the research, policies and programs of organizations; and to help individuals and communities come together to engage in neurodiversity awareness. In her current role, Kelly is working with researchers, entrepreneurs, investors and leading organizations within the neurodiverse community to help unify how we can accelerate innovation within the autism tech community.
Prior to joining Multiple Hub, Kelly served as the Area Senior Director for Autism Speaks, where she led the expansion of the organization within Northern California and throughout the Pacific Northwest. She serves on Board of Directors of Tulane’s Public Health and Tropical Medicine Alumni Association and is the active Board President for the Tulane Club of San Francisco. Kelly has a Master of Health Administration from Louisiana State University, Shreveport as well as a bachelor’s degree in Public Health and Tropical Medicine from Tulane University.