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At Inclusive Consulting, we're dedicated to transforming organizations through personalized consulting and impactful public speaking engagements.

Join us in creating a workplace that champions diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility.

About Inclusive Consulting Services

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At Inclusive Consulting, we are dedicated to fostering a world where diversity is celebrated, equity is embedded in every facet of life, inclusion is the norm, and accessibility is a fundamental right. Drawing inspiration from our founder's personal journey as a woman with a disability, we bring a unique perspective to the forefront of our consulting services.

Our Commitments:

  • Inclusivity: We are committed to creating inclusive environments that embrace the richness of diversity, ensuring everyone feels valued and heard.

  • Equity: We advocate for equity by dismantling barriers and promoting fair opportunities for all, irrespective of background or ability.

  • Accessibility: We champion accessibility as a cornerstone of our work, ensuring that every individual, regardless of disability, can fully participate in all aspects of life.
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Our Approach:

Through expert consulting, engaging workshops, and thought leadership, we empower organizations to cultivate a culture that celebrates differences, breaks down biases, and fosters a sense of belonging. Our approach is rooted in empathy, understanding, and a genuine commitment to driving positive change.

Why Choose Us:

  • Personal Experience: Founded by a woman with a disability, our company brings a lifetime of firsthand experiences, adding depth and authenticity to our services.
  • Tailored Solutions: We understand that each organization is unique. Our solutions are customized to meet the specific DEIA needs of our clients.
  • Continuous Learning: We stay at the forefront of DEIA trends, ensuring that our clients receive cutting-edge insights and strategies to navigate an ever-evolving landscape.

Join us in creating a world where diversity is not just acknowledged but celebrated, equity is not just sought but achieved, inclusion is not just spoken of but practiced, and accessibility is not just a concept but a lived reality.



  • Public Speaker
  • Podcast Guest
  • Public Disability Policy
  • DEIA Presentation


  • One-hour Free Consult
  • Project Consultation
  • Educational Training

  • Standardized Patient
  • Voice Over Work
  • VR - Occulus Simulation
  • Telehealth Simulation
  • Disability Simulation Script Writer


Understanding Medical Simulation: The Innovative Method for Training Healthcare Professionals

Medical Simulation is an innovative approach to educating healthcare professionals using advanced technology. It offers a safe and practical way for medical practitioners to learn, practice, and evaluate their medical skills in a simulated real-world setting. Medical Simulation involves utilizing life-like manikins, task trainers, and standardized patients (SPs) who act out specific roles to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of new skills. With the use of SPs, learners receive feedback from unique experiences, enabling them to learn directly from the patient while practicing their language and protocols in a safe and secure training environment.

Understanding DEIA: What Does It Mean?

DEIA is an acronym for diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility. This four-part acronym encompasses a holistic approach to creating a safe, fair, respectful, and inclusive community for all members within an organization. While the A in DEIA traditionally stands for accessibility, it is sometimes replaced with B for Belonging. However, access is critical to achieving diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Additionally, the disability community is often excluded from discussions surrounding DEI despite being an integral part of the conversation.

National Council for Independent Living Advocacy Award- Washington D.C.

1st Deaf Mayor in PA- Neil McDevitt, myself, and Congresswoman Madeleine Dean- Collaborating on her disability policies

Presenting my speech on advocacy to 300 guests at the Abilities in Motion Gala

Presenting educational information in disability voting rights and accessibility polling practices to the Bucks/Montgomery County poll workers

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