Reeve Foundation – Reducing Barriers in the Disability Community

Thank you to the Christopher Reeve Foundation for allowing me to be a guest blogger to discuss some amazing projects I am working on with a beautiful organization called Open Inclusion. We work with people with disabilities and brands to make products and services more accessible for all!

Change only happens when we speak up, take action, and do something about it!

https://www.christopherreeve.org/blog/daily-dose/open-inclusion?fbclid=IwAR1yC0x25qbWrmqMghnpnaZR6T0M6blKIhKHOyHRSP-SHR1Ppg1cEsF5hOE

Excerpt:

Over the last 18 months, I have worked tirelessly to marry my professional career with my disability advocacy work. I reached a point in my life where the work I engage in needs to be meaningful and help others in the disability community. I have come to realize this is who I am at my core – a person with a disability who believes in paying it forward, human kindness, and advancing inclusiveness for all.

I have been extremely fortunate to meet incredible leaders around the globe who have asked me to participate in delightful projects to help people in the pan-disability community gain meaningful employment, have their voices heard and time compensated for their insights. I am involved in many projects, but what is incredibly humbling to me is working with companies that truly celebrate my lived experience with a disability.

One such beautiful company I have recently started working with is Open Inclusion. Open Inclusion is an inclusive research, insight and design agency based in the UK and operating globally. Open has been built with, for and by people with disabilities. We amplify the voices of our diverse insight community by informing leading brands of their diverse customer need to help create solutions that are desired by people with disabilities, and better for all….”

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