Disability and Innovation: The Universal Benefits of Inclusion
ACT invites you to join our upcoming webinar to hear from Haben Girma, the daughter of refugees, the first deafblind person to graduate from Harvard Law School, and a White House Champion of Change. Girma will share her education and career journey on May 25 at 12:00 p.m., ET.
ACT’s commitment to equity by design is directly linked to our past and ever-growing accessible design efforts. Like other organizations, ACT knows how critical accessibility is in today’s learning and working environment so that everyone can achieve education and workplace success.
Girma’s experiences will inspire all of us to be better stewards of equity and inclusion. After her presentation, we will allow for Q & A with the speaker. The program will include introductory remarks by Tina Gridiron, vice president ACT’s Center for Equity in Learning and Katie Featherston, senior director, Accessibility at ACT.