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Episode 22 – Creating an Inclusive Work Environment

Inclusively is a technology centered inclusions solution and employment platform for job seekers with disabilities, mental health conditions, and chronic illnesses. Inclusively’s vision is to create a front door to employment that is open to all people, unlocking the world’s hidden talents in the disability community. In this episode, Sarah Bernard, the co-founder and chief operating officer at Inclusively, shares her expertise on the importance of inclusion and accessibility in the workplace – and how employers can get on board to create a more inclusive culture. 

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Sarah Bernard

Sarah Bernard is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at Inclusively, the technology-centered inclusion solution and employment platform for job seekers with disabilities, mental health conditions, and chronic illnesses. 

Before launching Inclusively, Sarah started her career in enterprise marketing with Forrester Research in London working with industry leaders in technology and business strategy.  During her tenure at Forrester, Sarah became a top producing sales executive selling into senior leadership at Fortune 500 companies, helping them drive growth and stay ahead of customer and market dynamics.  Sarah’s business development experience carried over into Inclusively as she helped build the company’s go-to-market strategy and secure the earliest enterprise clients.  Under her leadership, Inclusively is helping companies elevate workplace accommodations from a compliance-reporting function to a competitive advantage and create a more equitable, productive workplace for all.  Sarah graduated from the University of Dayton and is based in St. Louis, MO with her husband and four children.

Connect with Sarah:

Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahlawlor/  

E-mail: sarah@inclusively.com 

Mindy Henderson

Mindy Henderson is the Director of Quest Media, Editor-in-Chief of MDA’s Quest magazine and the host of this podcast.  She was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, type 2 when she was 15 months old and has been a life-long partner to MDA.  Mindy is also a motivational speaker and a writer, and just published her first book, The Truth About Things That Suck.

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Disclaimer: No content on this site should ever be used as a substitute for direct medical advice from your doctor or other qualified clinician. 

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