DEI ALSO MEANS DISABILITY INCLUSION

In the spring of 2018, I was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis, a degenerative nerve disease with only limited treatments and no cure. I now work with disabled individuals to build online coaching businesses, and I am an advocate and public speaker spreading the importance of DEI and Disability Inclusion. 

“I help spread the word of disability inclusion via fun and informative virtual talks, and teach disabled individuals to live fearlessly and profitably.”

— Ted Uram

HIRE TED AS YOUR NEXT DEI SPEAKER!

“Ted presented his dynamic and engaging How to Ask – Disability Inclusion session to our company as part of our DEI initiative. He brought personal stories and anecdotes of his own experiences to life while also delivering an educational and thought provoking presentation on how important inclusion and accessibility is both in the workplace and in everyday life. Our staff really enjoyed the presentation and were very thankful for Ted’s time.”

– Patrick Harris, Audience View

Diverse companies are 70% more likely to capture new markets

26% of Americans live with a disability

The American GDP would be boosted by $25 billion if just 1% of people with disabilities were hired into the workforce

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