I am a consultant working at the intersection of community health, nonprofits, and accessibility.
October 11: Integrating Accessibility into DEI Initiatives
October 25: Strategies for Accommodating Neurodiverse Employees
November 8: Disability Etiquette and How to Be an Ally
9am PST/12pm EST
Integrating comprehensive accessibility practices in marketing, programming, and fundraising strategies.
Building an organization’s capacity to deliver impactful programs.
Strategically communicating inspiring stories to engage constituents.
Training and coaching staff, volunteers, and board members.
As a former Peace Corps volunteer, I experienced the powerful impact a person can have on others’ lives. I have devoted my life to creating positive change.
I empower organizations to expand their capacity and engage their audiences through powerful storytelling and strategic outreach.
These are the principles I work by:
Universal Design benefits everyone.
Accessible programs, events, and spaces will attract a more diverse audience and deliver a greater return on investment.
Inspiring stories that are strategically marketed using accessible tools will capture donors’ hearts, engage volunteers, and attract participants.
What People Say About Elizabeth
“I am better at my job because of Elizabeth’s coaching and counsel. I think about who and how I serve through a new lens because of how she broadens my perspective and invites curiosity. Elizabeth is exactly the practical, nonprofit-knowledgeable advisor we need by our side to deliver accessible programs to everyone.”
Chief Learning Evangelist
Nancy Bacon Consulting, LLC