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Recalibrating the way organizations talk about disability inclusion.

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What I do

I help organizations master the conversation around disability inclusion.

Disability inclusion and accessibility is important, but how do you get started?

Organizations want to do the right thing
when including people with disabilities, but you don't want to feel like you're always going to say the wrong thing.

I can help.
I'm a disability advocate and speaker who coaches on how to communicate inclusion and advocacy in an impactful way.

Your team will understand how disabilities are at the intersection of diversity, equity and inclusion, values that your organization has already prioritized.

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Using his experience in accessibility program management, software development, and technical consulting, Cam comes with a approachable perspective on how teams can bring disability inclusion and accessibility into their organization. Audiences appreciate his hands-on knowledge of planning, building, and delivering solutions with practical, real-world examples.

Cam's down-to-earth style engages groups from the moment he meets them and leaves audiences with a can-do attitude in their ability to handle the ambiguities in the world of digital accessibility. Many often appreciate that he can speak the same language as their technical teams or business leads.

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Whether it's on stage or on camera, Cam can keep audiences engaged with a variety of speaking options. He makes even the most difficult topics approachable, relatable and fun. When Cam is speaking, audiences are always in for a good time.


With a range of options, from online courses to in-person classes, so you can choose what works best for you and your team. 3-week, 6-week, and 12-week options give you the flexibility to fit effective learning into your busy schedule.


When it comes to paneling, Cam is never afraid to take charge of the conversation - or hand it off when someone else has something important to say. He's experienced in both hosting and being a panelist, and always approaches each situation with the same goal in mind: making sure that everyone feels included and heard.

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Virtual and in-person options

With hybrid and virtual learning here to stay, there are many ways that your team should be improving. That being said, we know that if you're learning from home that distractions are everywhere. Cam leverages lots of interaction and fun to get the audience engaged even in a digital environment.

This means 4k video with professional lighting and crisp audio that both looks and sounds great. Quality source media is key for long-term learning that sticks.

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The Disability Inclusion Revolution

Practical Digital Accessibility Program Management

Speaking Up and Speaking Out

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Were highly satisfied by the presentations


Found sessions relevant and helpful


Would recommend to a friend or colleague


Learned new skills applicable to work/life

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What audiences are saying

Cam’s ability to immediately build relationships of trust within the first moments of the presentation was when he captured the audience. After the session, we were so pleased to read the comments from the audience as they relayed a message of excitement.

C. Nelson

Director, Instructional Technologies at WSU TECH

Cam is such an effective speaker because of his uniquely fun and engaging approach to topics – accessibility, disability, inclusion – topics that are so often perceived or handled as being more somber, dull, or even risky. His presentation style was unique and different.

E. Manser

Digital Accessibility Consultant at Harvard University

The engagement and inclusion of the audience right from the start really made a difference. You did not feel like you were just listening to a webinar. It felt like you were part of the discussion and the long list of comments and discussions in the chat showed the audience was matching Cam’s enthusiasm, and they were connecting with his message and content.

M. Meistrell

Membership Services Coordinator at IAAP

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