Fall 2017 News and Projects



Women potluck gatherings, hosted in Craft’s home, the second Tuesday of the month from 5pm to 9pm, offer a fun and supportive night of community. All women who identify with being on the autism spectrum, as being neurodivergent, or who have a loved one who is autistic are welcome to attend. Contact info@myspectrumsuite.com for more information. (Adult only event.)

Specfield Consulting, New Sister Company

Spectrum Suite LLC is branching out a sister company called Specfield Consulting, co-founded by Samantha Craft and Jamie Davila.

Specfield Consulting’s Mission is to provide inclusive workplace practices through innovative educational and consultation services, focused on the autism spectrum and similar profiles, and backed by research-based content and proven strategies.

Specfield Consulting Believes the combination of diversity and inclusivity practices in the workplace has far reaching benefits to society, including bottom line business advantages, an inviting workplace culture, increased employee retention rates, and job opportunities for an untapped pool of talented job seekers.

Specfield Consulting provides business consultations on diversity and inclusivity and individualized, peer-coaching by experts in the field of autism who are neurodivergent. We are currently booking appointments for 2018. Ask us about the early-bird discount. info@myspectrumsuite.com 

Source Autism Video Series 

After almost three years of extensive research, Spectrum Suite is creating a series of Videos about Workplace Inclusion. The video series will incorporate Craft’s 200-page manuscript: Autism in a Briefcase: a leading edge business tool for putting diversity into action. 


Sam is a contributing author to chapter 8 of a new book to be published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers about Spectrum Women. Her chapter is on parenting as an autistic mother. Sam’s book Everyday Aspergers will be released worldwide, as a second edition, by an educational publishing house in the UK. Sam continues to write educational articles and participate in interviews. 


Spectrum Suite is in the process of bringing on an art intern to develop images for our Source Autism video series. The artist’s works will be promoted and the internship could lead to a paid contract position.