Tag: Carol Glazer

Revisiting the Rehabilitation Act

By Carol Glazer and Jesse Fryburg, National Organization on Disability 1973 was a momentous year in the United States. The Supreme Court overturned states’ bans on abortion with Roe v. Wade. The Vietnam War ended. Secretariat became the first Triple Crown winner in 25 years. Homosexuality was removed as a…

Archived: Let's Stop Cheating the Disabled

By Carol Glazer, President of the National Organization on Disability Consider this: Businesses in regions with the lowest unemployment rates employ disproportionate numbers of workers with disabilities [1]. The implication People with disabilities are more than capable, they’re just not companies’ first, second, or even third choice. But when employers…

Archived: Diversity Events: HACU's Annual Conference, Ernst & Young on Woman Directors [Slideshow]

Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities Corporate Diversity Meets the Hispanic-Serving Institution WASHINGTON, D.C.DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti was part of a five-person panel that moderated a town-hall meeting called “Corporate Diversity Meets the Hispanic-Serving Institution” as part of the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities’ (HACU) 26th Annual Conference. The…