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Ed Heaton

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Ed worked for 18 years as a Marketing Associate/Disabilities Consultant for Home Box Office in New York City. While working at HBO, Ed co-produced an employee seminar on “Disabilities in the Workplace.” This seminar, which featured Christopher Reeve and Bree Walker, was presented in front of 800 people at the New Amsterdam Theater in New York City in 1998. It was broadcast twice on C-Span on twice on C-Span 2. Ed served as the 2001 Public Policy Fellow for the National Council on Disability in Washington, DC. In this role, Ed researched and wrote reports on public policy questions concerning the enforcement of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Ed has a BA in Communications, and two Masters degrees (MBA and MPA), from Seton Hall University. He lives in New Jersey with his wife, Anita.

On-Demand Episodes

Ed speaks with Leslie Fanelli about "disabled artists" Or as she prefers to say "artists with disabilities". Why the use of "people first" lauguage is important when discussing the arts.I

Current Events with a North Jersey spin

Current Events with a North Jersey Spin

A talk show about relevant...and irrelevant...issues, by two opinionated guys from North Jersey.