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Webinar: Disability Inclusion at Nonprofits: A Guide to Success

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Speakers:
Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President, RespectAbility and Co-Founder, Mizrahi Family Charitable Fund
Tatiana Lee
, Inclusionist, RespectAbility
Matan Koch, Director of RespectAbility California and Jewish Leadership, RespectAbility

About Our Speakers

Headshot of Jennifer Mizrahi, smiling and facing the camera wearing a red blazer color photoJennifer Laszlo Mizrahi is the President of RespectAbility. She regularly works with disability organizations, national, state and local policy leaders, workforce development professionals, media, employers, philanthropists, celebrities and faith-based organizations in order to expand opportunities for people with disabilities. Mizrahi has submitted testimony on employment for people with disabilities in all fifty states and at the Federal level. Read more about Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi.

Tatiana Lee smiling outside in a parking lot.Tatiana Lee is a Hollywood Inclusionist at RespectAbility. She was a Communications Fellow in Spring 2019, participating in the leadership program to gain better knowledge and skills to be a more effective advocate in Hollywood for disability inclusion. Now, she helps represent RespectAbility in Hollywood. Like RespectAbility, Lee has dedicated her life to fighting for inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of mass media. Read more about Tatiana Lee.

Matan Koch headshot

Matan A. Koch is the Director of RespectAbility California and Jewish Leadership at RespectAbility, a nonprofit organization fighting stigmas and advancing opportunities for and with people with disabilities. A longtime national leader in disability advocacy and a wheelchair user himself, he leads Project Moses, RespectAbility’s Los Angeles-based Jewish leadership project, and is also on the front lines in many other areas of RespectAbility’s work, including: disability inclusion in philanthropy and nonprofits, Jewish outreach and impact, leadership, legal affairs and our continuing Los Angeles expansion. Read more about Matan Koch.

Meet the Author

Eric Ascher
Eric Ascher

Eric Ascher is the Communications Associate for RespectAbility. He is responsible for supporting RespectAbility’s Communications Director in developing and implementing advocacy efforts and communications of various types. Ascher manages RespectAbility’s social media channels, website and emails; organizes and develops webinars; and supervises Communications Fellows.

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  • Avatar Ibrahim Garba Maryam Mar 7, 2020, 1:14 pm

    Am working on people with disability in Kano, Nigeria. Our policy makers disfranchise them in terms of development . Ordinary parking space not allocated to them at recreational centers . I will be glad if we can see moral support from you guys to engage United to come to our aids to kick against discriminating the pwd

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