Elly Chapple joins the program to discuss the lessons she's learned from her greatest teacher; her daughter, Ella. Discover the work that Elly is doing to "flip the narrative" on inclusion.
This episode features an interview with Ilene Zeitzer. Ilene retired from the U.S. government after 29 years of service. Prior to her retirement, she was the Social Security Administration's Special Assistant to the Deputy Commissioner for Disability & Income Security Programs and the Agency's expert on international disability programs and rehabilitation issues. Ilene discusses considerations about inclusion during the COVID-19 pandemic, and resources that are needed throughout the world.
In this episode, Debra Ruh, CEO of Ruh Global Impact, is joined by her producer, Doug Foresta, as they discuss the importance of highlighting diverse voices in panel discussions, keynotes, and other platforms. Discover what we can do to ensure that everyone's voice is heard and why diversity benefits everyone.
Christine Hemphill, co-founder and Managing Director of Open Inclusion, joins the program to discuss her own journey towards getting to where she is in her career, and the importance of companies ensuring that their products are accessible to everyone, including persons with disabilities. Christine also shares her thoughts on the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic may have on organizations, and how employees may be impacted differently by the crisis.
Deb Dagit, President of Deb Dagit Diversity, joins the program to share her own diversity story and how she came to found her own company, and discusses the lessons that she's learned along the way. Deb also reveals what she is most grateful for during the COVID-19 pandemic, and discusses steps that employers can take to be more inclusive.