Cultivate Ability offers webinar

Cultivate Ability will co-host a free webinar from 10 to 11 a.m. May 5 for human resources professionals and employers on accommodating employees with mental health impairments. The guest speaker will be Melanie Whetzel of the Job Accommodation Network.

“Knowing how, when, and why it might be necessary to disclose a disability is the first and often most difficult part of the accommodation process,” the invitation reads. “This session will provide information on the disclosure of mental health impairments in the workplace, the limitations associated with these impairments and the accommodations that might be needed.”

Cultivate Ability is hosting the session with Disability: IN Uinta County as part of a speaker series on advancing disability inclusion. To register go to TinyURL.com/nsec56ec. Email seadar@cultivateability.org or call 307-200-3423 with any questions or for information about Cultivate Ability’s programs.

‘22 in 21’ to home in on tourism

Jonathan Schechter’s Charture Institute will hold the latest “22 in 21” conference from 8 a.m. to noon May 12 on Zoom.

The theme is “Tourism 2021: Undertourism, Overtourism, Ideal Tourism. What Is It and How Do We Know?”

“The goal of Tourism 2021 is to start a community dialogue on these questions, a dialogue that will be continued at future conferences,” Schechter’s announcement said.

Confirmed speakers include:

– Cam Sholly, superintendent of Yellowstone National Park.

– Chip Jenkins, superintendent of Grand Teton National Park.

– Tricia O’Connor, supervisor of the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

– Brian Gallagher, chair of the Jackson/Teton County Travel and Tourism Board.

– Anna Olson, president and CEO of the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce.

– Tim O’Donoghue, executive director of the Riverwind Foundation.

– Cathy Ritter, former director of the Colorado Tourism Office.

– Keith Sproule, executive director of Abercrombie & Kent Philanthropy.

The conference is free to attend, though donations of any size are welcome. Attendance will be limited. Registration is required: To sign up go to 22in21.com/signup.

Hub International grows

Hub International Limited acquired the assets of Wyoming Financial Insurance, which it described a “the largest independently owned insurance agency in Wyoming.” Wyoming Financial has nearly a dozen offices throughout Wyoming. Hub International is based in Chicago and has more than 475 offices in North America, according to its website. It has an office in Jackson. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. WYFI’S president, chief financial officer and CEO will not be joining hub, but “the rest of the “Wyoming Financial team will join Hub Mountain,” a press release said.

— Staff reports

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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