The following interviews are part of a series about best practices for disability-inclusive grantmaking.
Ryan Easterly, Executive Director, WITH Foundation
The first Q&A in this series highlights the value of having people with disabilities at every level of a philanthropic organization.
Jay Ruderman, President, Ruderman Family Foundation
This Q&A highlights the importance of working with grantees to promote and support the development of disability-inclusive initiatives.
Belen Vargas, Former Senior Vice President, Weingart Foundation
This Q&A highlights the ways in which disability-inclusive philanthropy is an ongoing learning journey.
Myroslava Tataryn, Disability Rights Program Officer, International Human Rights Program, Wellspring Philanthropic Fund
This Q&A highlights the importance of building teams with the skill sets for disability-related work, from inclusive hiring to disability rights grantmaking.
Jen Matheson, Director of Programs, and Laura Nash, Communications Consultant, Northwest Health Foundation
This Q&A highlights the importance of seeking guidance from the disability community throughout the disability inclusion learning journey.