NC State, Entrepreneurship, and a Mission of Neurodiversity Inclusion, with 321 Coffee’s Linsay Wrege

What started as Lindsay Wrege’s school project has turned into her full-time job. Her nonprofit, 321 Coffee, is dedicated to creating an equitable employment space for adults with developmental disabilities.

In this episode, hear why inclusion has been important to Lindsay throughout her life and her dreams for 321. Plus, hear Donald answer some of her questions as she navigates being a young leader.

Important mentions:
NC State Entrepreneurship Center
Raleigh Founded


Full Episode Transcript

The Donald Thompson Podcast is hosted by Walk West CEO, The Diversity Movement CEO, mentor, investor, and Diversity and Inclusion Consultant Donald Thompson.

Music for this episode provided by Jensen Reed from his song, “You Can’t Stop Me”.

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