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Members-Only Workshop – Disability Inclusive Operations

Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2024
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 PM ET

This members-only session has a practical lens designed to spark disability inclusion objectives within operating teams. There will be a series of case studies and activities used that promote discussion and learning.

This workshop is capped at 50 attendees to allow for the interactive, hands-on format. Registration will close when the event has reached capacity, so register today!

This workshop is only available to members of the Disability & Philanthropy Forum. If you work in philanthropy but are not a Forum member, we invite you to apply to become one!

About the Facilitators

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Sarah Napoli, Learning Services Director, Disability & Philanthropy Forum

Sarah Napoli is the learning services director at the Disability & Philanthropy Forum. From 2019-2023, she acted as the lead disability inclusion project officer within the people and culture Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity team at Open Society foundations. She has over 20 years of experience teaching and conducting training on social justice and advocacy. She holds two MA degrees in social justice in intercultural relations and applied human rights. She identifies as a proud disabled person and enjoys chatting about Geek culture and her former life as a hip hop researcher and dancer. She has conducted workshops and training all over the USA and around the globe.

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Emily Ladau, Digital Content and Community Manager, Disability & Philanthropy Forum

Emily Ladau is a passionate disability rights activist, writer, and storyteller. She serves as the Digital Content and Community Manager for the Disability & Philanthropy Forum. Emily’s writing has been published in outlets including The New York Times, SELF, Salon, Vice, and HuffPost and her first book, Demystifying Disability, was published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House, in 2021. Emily has spoken before audiences from the U.S. Department of Education to the United Nations. Central to her work is harnessing the power of storytelling as a tool for people to become engaged in disability and social justice issues.

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