Local and regional accessibility consortiums are critical to improving inclusion at cultural organizations. By creating networks across cultural organizations, these groups can share resources, provide professional development training and observation opportunities, and collaborate on projects that greatly enhance accessibility in their communities. Leaders from networks in Arizona, the Bay Area, Chicago, Indianapolis, and New York City will share the successes and challenges they faced when organizing their groups. Learn how these networks created real and measured change for both people with disabilities and the culture of their organizations. Education, Audience Research & Evaluation track generously supported by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Cecile Puretz, Christena Gunther, Eileen Bagnall, Kris Johnson, Sheri Levinsky-Raskin