Category: Blog

Abercrombie & Fitch

I’m excited to share that I will be delivering my Disabling Ableism: The Modern Pathway to Inclusion speech to Abercrombie & Fitch at their Inclusive and Diversity Month Event virtually on October 26, 2021 followed by a live Question & Answer session.

AccessibilityPlus 2021

Join us October 12-14 for three days of virtual learning and engagement as industry leaders in accessibility and advocacy like legendary Judith Heumann, Caroline Casey, and more come together to talk about how and why businesses should empower accessibility! Agenda: Day 1: Unlock the Potential of Assistive Technology Day 2: Actionable Solutions for an Inclusive […]

COMING SOON: Disabling Ableism

“Everything you’ve ever wanted is sitting on the other side of fear.” George Addair  A very good friend of mine has been reminding me of this all year. POWERFUL. In this I have made very deliberate and intentional choices to push through my many fears to uncover what might be on other side and it’s […]

AccessibilityPlus Virtual Event!

I will be MC’ing the AccessibilityPlus virtual event showcasing strategies on how to make your business more accessible. I cant think of a better way to take action during Disability Employment Awareness Month in October than attending this conference! Check out the event details and speaker lineup! AccessibilityPlus a virtual event showcasing how to make […]

Episode 63: Diversity & Inclusion – Alycia Anderson

Episode 63 with Alycia Anderson just dropped today! In this episode, Alycia, a motivational speaker and diversity and inclusion advocate, informs on how companies within the multifamily industry can insure they are being inclusive to those who are disabled. She highlights the benefits of it and tells her own personal story as proof! Check it out below […]

#DONCON

I was invited to speak at #DonCon this weekend on inclusion and accessibility rights. The theory of inclusion of people with disabilities is not possible without access so this is a VERY important conversation . This is an event put on by our youth. High school and college leaders and change-makers! #DONCON Mission: “In the age of […]