Diamond, In Partnership with the
Helen Keller National Center Presents:
Accessibility in the Workplace for the Deaf-Blind

Accessibility in the Workplace for the Deaf-Blind

A discussion around accessibility in the workplace. 


Tuesday, December 8, 2020

10:00am PST/1:00pm EST

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    Chris Woodfill

    Associate Executive Director
    Helen Keller National Center

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    Gloria Puentes

    Director, Global Diversity & Inclusion

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    Laila Chouinard

    Placement Specialist
    Helen Keller National Center

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    Lucas Soto

    Mind Your Language, Inc.

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    Joe Devon

    Diamond and GAAD

What are the Benefits of Accessibility?

Besides doing the right thing.

  • Reducing Legal Risk

    You don't launch mission-critical applications without QA, Load Testing or Security Testing. Reduce your organization's risk by applying similar diligence to your accessibility.

  • Demonstrate Good Company Values

    Non-inclusive companies earn the ire they create (and all too often that they deserve). Inclusive companies earn customer loyalty. Do you really want to be amongst the former?

  • More Users = More Opportunities

    Do you realize the opportunities that you are leaving on the table when your website and/or application are inaccessible to all of your potential customers?


Join Diamond in the commitment to GAAD

Sign Up for the Webinar:
Accessibility in the Workplace for the Deaf-Blind
December 8, 2020

Does your organization currently have a Diversity Officer or Accessibility Office?*
Are there people in your organization who are already working on A11Y?*

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