Services

Accessibility Planning

I will work with you to create a plan incorporating milestones, action steps, and a timeline to ensure accessibility and inclusive practices are seamlessly integrated into your organization.

Accessibility Audits

I assess an organization's accessibility practices including marketing and communications, fundraising, events, programs, and operations.

Capacity Building

I collaborate with staff, volunteers, and boards to design and implement impactful programs, outreach strategies, and events while keeping health, equity, and accessibility up front and center.

Strategic Communications

I create compelling stories and messages to attract a variety of stakeholders to the mission of an organization. I coach board members, staff, and volunteers on their roles as fund/friendraisers.

Presentations and Trainings

I develop material that is intentionally tailored to your organization’s needs and encourages active participation from staff, volunteers, and board members. I am available to present at panels, workshops, conferences, and business gatherings either in person or via virtual platforms.

Presentation topics have included: Everyday Ableism; Creating Accessible Virtual Programs and Events; Making Your Sessions Welcoming and Inclusive; and Integrating Accessibility into your Organization. You can find a complete list of my presentations here.

Sample Clients

ArtsFund Logo

Collaborated to create an accessible virtual celebration.

Northwest Folklife Festival Logo

Coached on accessible tools and practices for the 2021 virtual festival. Advised on the website’s accessibility page and created presenter guidelines.

Seattle Theatre Group Logo

Advised the access team, planned community advisory group meetings and established community agreements.

United Way Logo

Observed several virtual events and made recommendations for improving accessibility.

What People Say About Elizabeth

"As an active member of the Seattle Cultural Accessibility Consortium steering committee, I stand in awe at all Elizabeth has accomplished in a few short years. Her efforts have made a meaningful difference for arts patrons and arts administrators of all abilities. Her passion and enthusiasm for incorporating universal design principles, across all genres, is inspiring. She is an empathic leader, roll-your-sleeves-up-and-get-it-done motivator, and has a spot-on vision of how accessibility needs to be part of the DE&I conversation."

Jennifer Rice

Owner & President

Rice Communications