Invisible Illness at Work, with Chronically Capable’s Hannah Olson

At 20, Hannah Olson was diagnosed with chronic Lyme Disease. At 21, she graduated from Boston University and moved to DC for her first job.  At 22, she was forced to leave her job because her employer didn’t understand or accept her chronic condition that forced her to be hooked up to IVs 8 hours a day.  Hannah knew she wasn’t the only one – so she decided to fight back – by forming Chronically Capable, a recruitment platform specifically designed to connect chronically ill and disabled professionals to flexible work opportunities. Learn more in this week’s episode.

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