Equitable Hiring Practices & Workplace Accessibility

featuring Able South Carolina


Tuesday, September 20, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (EDT)
via Zoom
Category: Learning Together
As Together SC readies to release the 2022 Compensation and Benefits Study, we recognize that workplace accessibility is a critical issue to address to build the leadership pipeline for the nonprofit sector.
  
Able SC CEO Kimberly Tissot will walk us through the steps every hiring leader should take to ensure that hiring practices are inclusive of people who may have a disability. She will also provide practical guidance adjustments that every workplace can make to ensure that people with visible and invisible disabilities can fully participate in the workforce.
  
 
 
Speaker Bio
Kimberly believes in the value of individualized and community-based empowerment as she wants people to recognize their full potential. Under Kimberly’s leadership, Able SC has experienced years of growth, success and has become a nationally recognized Center for Independent Living. Kimberly’s road to disability rights began at an early age, after having her leg amputated from a rare childhood cancer, Alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma. Kimberly began deciding her style of mobility, becoming the first soccer player with a disability in her town, and speaking up anytime she was treated differently. Kimberly has over 20 years of experience advocating for disability inclusion on a local, state, and federal level, and also internationally.

Attendees (34)

Amanda Nadel

AmeriCorps Manager

United Way Association of SC

Ameka Neely

Director of HR & Payroll

Children's Trust of SC

Andrea Clements

HR Consultant

Harper Human Resources Consulting

Angelina Eisenhauer

Interim Executive Director

Audubon South Carolina

Beth Ruffin

Owner/Principal

The Everyday Inclusionist

Cassi Kilpatrick

Executive Director

Good Neighbor Free Medical Clinic

Chelsi Conaway

Executive Director

The Human Services Alliance of Greater Prince William

Cheryl O'Donnell

Executive Director

Florence Crittenton Programs of SC

David Laird

Able South Carolina

Deborah Bertelsman

VP Finance

United Way of the Piedmont

Desmonies White

Data & Sustainability Coordinator

Together SC

Elizabeth Anderson

Executive Director

Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services (PAALS)

Ellen Blake

Director of Operations

Lowcountry Land Trust

Greta Young

Executive Director

The Parenting Place

Hannah Jarrett

Director of Economic Mobility Strategy

United Way of the Piedmont

Jennifer Tyrrell

Audubon South Carolina

Joseph Johnson

Chief Equity & Communications Officer

Affinity Health Center

Joyce Davis

Executive Director

Brain Injury Association of SC

Justin Borrero - 1

IT

SOS Care

Leah Crosby

Program Office Manager/Literacy Outreach Coord.

Charleston County First Steps

Linda Grausso

Director of Finance

East Cooper Community Outreach

Liz Evans

Fund Development Manager

St. Luke's Free Medical Clinic

Maggie Kalergis

Development Manager

Audubon South Carolina

Mary Dell Hayes

Principal Consultant

StopGap Solutions

Monica Hudgens

H.U.G.S AmeriCorps Program Director

Leeza's Care Connection

Monique Branagan

Fiscal Analyst

Charleston County First Steps

Pamela Menges

Director of Finance

Together Women Rise

Philip Keilen

Executive Director

Coastal Samaritan Counseling Center

Sally Ingles

Communications Director

SC Legal Services

Sara Green

Executive Director

SC Wildlife Federation

Savannha Ray

Director of Educational Engagement & Partnerships

Spartanburg Academic Movement

Shanice Chesney

Fellowship Program Manager

Charleston Parks Conservancy

Tami Barlow

Director of Operations

Charleston Promise Neighborhood

Tom Swanciger

Executive Director

Father to Father, Inc.

For More Information:

Mary Dell Hayes

Mary Dell Hayes

Principal Consultant, StopGap Solutions