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ROI of DEI with Michelle Witman: Understanding Disabilities and Advancing Access

Michelle has over 20 years of experience working with individuals with disabilities in educational and corporate settings. She believes that disability is an asset. She is on a mission to build sustainably inclusive practices and experiences for all.  Michelle’s passion for helping individuals see their weaknesses as a strength has paved the way for her […]

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American Foundation for the Blind: Centennial Conversation

“Women in Leadership: A Conversation About the Intersection of Gender and Visual Impairment” The American Foundation for the Blind is pleased to announce next week’s Centennial Conversation on “Women in Leadership: A Conversation About the Intersection of Gender and Visual Impairment” (March 18, 2 pm Eastern).  Registration is now open (and free!).  We hope you […]

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DE&I Providers are Not Immune to Toxicity

How many times have you witnessed the following or something like it? You’re on yet another Zoom call with those coworkers you used to meet once a week for lunch. As the meeting rolls on, you notice that Jake is doing that thing again—the one he says he’s been working on. He’s got a pen, […]