May 19 • 10–11:30 am PST
In honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day
Do you want to be a leader in diversity, equity, and inclusion? Incorporating disability and accessibility into your organization is a great addition to your work! Wandke Consulting’s “Intro to Disability, Access, and Inclusion” free training will equip you to be that leader by introducing you to the disability community and explaining why disability access and inclusion benefits everyone. Our webinar will leave you with low-cost, high-impact solutions to begin incorporating these best practices into your organization and your daily life. Typically, organizations pay $750 for this training session; today, our training is free—register now.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- The disability community and their contributions to society;
- The need and importance of accessibility for all;
- Specific tools and practices to implement into daily life;
- How to create a more inclusive environment; and
- The basics of web accessibility.
To register for free our online training, please fill out the form below. You will receive an email with the Zoom link for May 19. If you don’t receive the email shortly, please check your spam folder.
Get to Know Us!
Holds an MBA and has 10 years of experience testing web accessibility in the public and private sectors. As an individual living with Cerebral Palsy, Daman has dedicated himself to advocating for disability rights. Daman has written articles, built curricula, provided web accessibility testing, and serves as a disability studies instructor for Western Washington University. In addition to serving as CEO of Wandke Consulting, Daman is greatly involved in serving non-profit organizations. He has been inducted into the Susan M. Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame. He serves on the Northwest Access Fund Board of Directors, and on advisory boards for DO-IT at the University of Washington and the National Disability Mentoring Coalition.
Lives with a disability and is a passionate advocate working to educate society on how social barriers, like ignorance and stereotypes, limit the disability community. Kyann develops and delivers disability inclusion training curriculum and is also dedicated to serving disability nonprofits. She recently consulted with the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office on disability legislation and work culture. She is a part of three impactful organizations: a mentor for the Here Now Next pilot program through Seattle Children’s Hospital and a member of the CareerConnect Committee through the American Publishing House. Kyann serves on the Sisu Children’s Fund Board. Her work in the non-profit sector educates people on how to create a more accessible world for people with disabilities.