Hallie Hovey-Murray is a law school graduate, disability advocate, speaker and author. She is the founder and Director of the One in 68 Foundation, a Richmond based 501(c)(3) which works to help provide college preparatory resources for high-school students on the Autism Spectrum. She is a 2019 graduate of William & Mary Law School where she was a leadership fellow and a 2016 graduate of Southern Methodist University. In 2019, she was named to the Gamma Phi Beta national 30 under 30 list, and her work as an advocate has been featured in numerous publications. Currently, she resides in Richmond, Virginia and runs Gordian Partners, LLC, an independent consulting and strategy firm with an emphasis on helping corporations to cultivate inclusive cultures, operations and policies; as well as strategies to help solve even the most daunting public policy challenges .
She is the Director of the 1 in 68 Foundation, an nonprofit which works to help middle school and high school students on the Autism Spectrum transition from high school to the workforce and into post-secondary education. Hallie has also self-published two books; available on Amazon: a memoir, Overcoming Expectations (which will be re-released in April) and Sadie Goes to School; a children’s book about a students on the Autism Spectrum attending college for the first time. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her dog, Poppy, baking, running and reading.