[ANNOUNCEMENT] Productivity for Humans Series: Meet Jerry Holy from the Special Olympics

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We are thrilled to launch our third Humans of IT Productivity for Humans episode featuring Jerry Holy, a Data Specialist from the Special Olympics organization! Hear from Jerry about how he uses Microsoft 365 tools to stay productive, and why it’s important to infuse humanity in tech.

 

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Productivity for Humans series: Meet Jerry Holy from Special Olympics: In this episode, meet Jerry Holy, a 24-year-old Special Olympics athlete and Data Specialist at Special Olympics International (SOI), living with neurodiversity (ADHD, Asperger's). Jerry shares about his experience using Microsoft 365 tools such as Power BI, Excel, and Microsoft Teams to stay productive and build a meaningful career. He also encourages everyone to celebrate who they are while embracing the power of technology. 

 

Want to learn more about the Productivity for Humans series? Click here

Hear from everyday Humans of IT as they share about their personal stories of how M365 solutions help them stay productive despite challenging life circumstances

 

Interested in viewing more Humans of IT-related video content? Check out our new dedicated page in the Microsoft Virtual Hub where you can get access to additional resources to help you navigate your personal human-centered productivity journey!

 

Do YOU use M365 tools and solutions to empower yourself or help your loved ones be more productive? Share your stories with us in the comments below, or apply to be a guest blogger on our Humans of IT blog!

 

We look forward to having you join us on a human-centered productivity journey.

 

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