Debra Ruh is a Global Disability Inclusion Strategist and internationally recognized keynote speaker as well as published author.
Debra has been in the accessibility and disability inclusion field for many years and is recognized as a solid Thought Leader. National and Global Organizations that support people with disabilities trust, confide and request her strategic support to grow their organizations. Debra is also a regular contributor to many Media Outlets, they often contact her to write or participate in articles or white papers.
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Her expertise includes United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), US Rehabilitation Act of 1973 – Sections 508, 503 and 504 and the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA). She is a seasoned entrepreneur founding three firms including Ruh Global Communications, TecAccess and Strategic Performance Solutions. She is a published author of “Finding Your Voice by Using Social Media” and her second book Uncovering Hidden Human Capital: How leading corporations leverage multiple abilities in their workforce was published by G3ict in 2016.
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Debra is a highly sought after international keynote speaker. Her topics focus on the Inclusion of People with Disabilities. Debra speaks all over the world about diversity, social inclusion, the digital divide, Internet, Communications and Technology (ICT) Accessibility, HR Best Practices, Entrepreneurs and Small Business Issues and Women Business Best Practices.
Rosemary Musachio is an inspirational writer and accessibility expert. Rosemary has been in the accessibility and inclusion industry since 1993, when she started writing a column in a local newspaper about disability issues and publishing her own newsletter about disability resources. In 2001, she started her career in electronic and information technology (E&IT) accessibility.
Besides technological accessibility, she’s also passionate about attitudinal accessibility. She has written blogs about medical barriers of women with disabilities and non-verbal patients. She has given presented at CSUN Disability Conference and the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) State Conference.
Sara Ruh has accomplished more in her lifetime than the ‘experts’ ever imagined was possible. She has spoken at keynote addresses and has been invited to speak at numerous events. She has acted on stage and in commercials, modeled, written a children’s book with her Mom (Debra Ruh), displayed her art work in many art exhibits including art shows at Capital One, SunTrust Bank and the VABLN. Her work is established in collections all over the country.
Sara Ruh has effectively advocated for people with Down syndrome and other disabilities since 1994. Today she is an internationally renowned keynote and inspirational speaker.