EY has an outstanding record for its commitment to diversity. This past year they were No. 1 in DiversityInc's ranking of the top 50 companies in diversity and inclusion, solidifying their role as a leader in the field. Diversity is traditionally defined by race and gender, but EY is determined to expand that definition. In a conversation with Lori Golden, Abilities Strategy Leader, and Jamell Mitchell, Associate Director, Americas ASA Program, they shared valuable insights as to why neurodiversity became part of their diversity perspective.