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The InclusionHub Podcast | Episode 12: Founding Partner Spotlight — Salesforce

In this episode of our Founding Partner Series, Morey Creative’s Jeffrey Howard talks accessibility, inclusion, community, and much more with Catherine Nichols, Vice President of the Office of Accessibility at Salesforce.

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Accessibility Report Finds Major Deficiencies In Government Services

Department of Justice review reveals federal agencies are falling short in website accessibility for Americans with disabilities.

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Accessibility Event Spotlight: axe-con 2023

axe-con is a free virtual conference focused on building, testing and maintaining accessible digital experiences, and welcomes developers, designers, business users and accessibility professionals of all experience levels

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Disability Advocacy Blindness/Vision Impairment Events

Accessibility Event Spotlight: CSUN Assistive Technology Conference

This year’s CSUN Assistive Technology Conference features a new technology exhibition and live speaker sessions designed for researchers, practitioners, and educators sharing inclusive AT best practices.

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Founding Partner News Fable

InclusionHub Founding Partner Fable Ranked on Fast Company’s List Of Most Innovative Companies

The digital accessibility firm was recently recognized as one of the world's most innovative companies for 2023 in the design category.

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Inclusion DEI Salesforce

How to Authentically Champion Inclusion & Belonging in Your Workplace

To authentically advocate for greater diversity, equity, & inclusion (DEI) in your workplace, enlarge your social circles, request honest feedback, and find an accountability buddy you trust to help manifest your goals.

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Salesforce Blindness/Vision Impairment

Salesforce & BIT: Improving Inclusion, One Employee at a Time

Salesforce Certified Administrator at the Blind Institute of Technology Alan Reuss shares how critical training changed his life after experiencing vision loss.

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Fable Blindness/Vision Impairment Events

Accessibility Event Spotlight: ATIA 2023 Conference

This year’s Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) conference features an in-person exhibition and virtual sessions with manufacturers, sellers, and providers of AT products and services designed to enhance lives.

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Founding Partner Disability Advocacy Fable Podcast

The InclusionHub Podcast | Episode 11: Founding Partner Spotlight — Fable

In this inaugural episode of our Founding Partner Series, Morey Creative’s Jeffrey Howard discusses accessibility, allyship, and much more, with Fable’s Alwar Pillai and Abid Virani.

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Founding Partner Podcast

Episode 10: ‘A More Accessible & Inclusive World Is a Better World’

In this episode, Sam reflects on the series and his experience as host during an interview with Jeffrey Howard of Morey Creative Studios, who will be moderating upcoming segments highlighting InclusionHub’s Founding Partners.

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Disability Advocacy Salesforce Allyship

How Workplace Allyship Supports People With Invisible Disabilities

To ensure all employees have access to the tools and accommodations they need to succeed in the workplace, it is crucial organizations encourage them to advocate for their needs and foster a culture of allyship.

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Diversity DEI Community Voice

Where Is DEIB Reform Still Needed & How Can Organizations Improve?

DEIB efforts surged in the months following the racial justice protests in 2020, but momentum has since slowed. To make such efforts more sustainable, organizations must integrate DEIB into corporate systems to empower long-term behavioral and mindset shifts.

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DEI Community Voice

Lily Zheng: Transforming Company Culture the Right Way

DEI consultant, public speaker, and author Lily Zheng advises companies on new policies and protocols to achieve a more inclusive environment.

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Inclusion Salesforce Neurodiversity

It’s Important to Create Psychological Safety for Autistic Professionals

Creating psychological safety on your team can help neurodiverse professionals embrace their strengths and better navigate the workplace.

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Diversity Inclusion DEI

DEIB: Who Is Impacted & Why It’s Important

While DEIB impacts all people, it seeks to empower BIPOC communities with equitable opportunities to thrive in the workplace—particularly important in light of recent racially-motivated crimes and centuries of historical underrepresentation.

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Design Accessibility Industry Spotlight Disability Advocacy Blindness/Vision Impairment

Why Accessible Video Games Matter

Accessible video games can contribute to overall quality of life and interpersonal relationships, as well as helping to combat social isolation for those living with all types of disabilities.

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Disability Advocacy Fable Podcast

The InclusionHub Podcast | Episode 9: ‘The Future Is Unwritten’

In this episode, Sam continues this important conversation by revisiting several core themes of the series, along with vital insights from past guests, to look ahead to what the future may hold for digital accessibility and inclusion, for all.

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Fable Blindness/Vision Impairment Events

Accessibility Event Spotlight: Sight Tech Global

Sight Tech Global is a free and accessible annual virtual conference addressing how emerging technologies can improve the lives of people with disabilities.

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Industry Spotlight Disability Advocacy Salesforce

Blazing a Trail for Salesforce Administrators With Disabilities

A Salesforce admin for the nonprofit Benetech, Kathi Duffy utilizes the Trailhead program to enlarge her skillset and blaze a trail for other professionals that are d/Deaf or hard of hearing.

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Inclusion Industry Spotlight LGBTQIA+

Equity Through Actions: Point of Pride Amplifies Accessibility, Transparency, and Engagement

Nonprofit organization Point of Pride expands its services to the most vulnerable, ensuring access to life-saving health and wellness services.

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Accessibility Disability Advocacy Podcast

The InclusionHub Podcast | Episode 8: 'Necessary Evils'

In this episode of The InclusionHub Podcast, host Sam Proulx resets the table, so to speak, returning to several critical yet rarely articulated insights shared by guests of our inaugural drop, and re-evaluating where we are as a society in the collective quest toward true digital accessibility and inclusion, for all.