Roundtable/Discussion: Being an Effective A11y Advocate in Your Organization

This is a past event

15 people went

Price:
 $5.00
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An open round-table discussion on how to be a more effective accessibility advocate in your organization. Whether you're the lone voice for accessibility in your organization, a member of an accessibility team, or the leader of that team, come to share your experience and learn new approaches and strategies. Bring your case studies, questions and experiences to the group. We'll have food and drinks.

Accommodations:
ASL or other accommodations are available by request. Please let us know as soon as possible to allow enough time for planning and scheduling.

Agenda
6:00 Check-in & Food Wrangling
6:30 Discussion
7:30 Wrap Up & Networking
8:00 Adjourn

Food & Drinks sponsored by Glympse

The Venue:
Glympse[masked]th Ave #300
Seattle, WA 98122
To access the building, please take the walkway off 11th Ave between Pettirosso and Marmite. At the end of the walkway, turn right and follow along the building until you see an entrance on the right that says "Chop House Row Entrance". Go through that door and continue forward until you see an elevator on your left. Take it to the third floor.

Transit:
Light Rail, First Hill Streetcar, Buses #2, #9, #11, #12, #43, #49, #60. Paid parking and limited parking available in the neighborhood.

Accessibility considerations of the space itself:
• restrooms are wheelchair accessible
• there is a flight of stairs leading from the third floor to the mezzanine where we hold meetups. If you need the elevator to the mezzanine just ask any Glympse employee to accompany you -- it requires a key fob to get to that floor
• the space is low scent, but not completely scent free as some bathroom products are scented and occasionally there are cooking smells from restaurants in the building