Thank You & Welcome to USBLN Board
Ann Andreosatos, VP Human Resources, New Chapter Inc. (Procter & Gamble) has served 7 years on the USBLN board. She was re-elected to the Board in 2012. Ann has provided immense guidance and direction to the USBLN and has encouraged the success of the Disability Supplier Diversity Program.
Nedra Dickson is the Global Supplier Diversity and Sustainability Lead for Accenture. Nedra has grown Accenture’s Mentoring Program – Diverse Supplier Development Program (DSDP) in four geographies (US, Canada, UKI & South Africa). Nedra brings a wealth of experience for diversity and inclusion in the supply chain and the USBLN looks forward to having her on the USBLN Board.
Maximizing Your Experience at the 2017 USBLN 20th Annual National Conference
People attend conferences for different reasons, mainly because it helps them learn, grow and connect. While the 2017 USBLN 20th Annual National Conference will offer its attendees that and more, conferences are ultimately what you make of them. We understand this, and want to share some tips to ensure you have the most valuable and engaging experience.
USBLN Goes Global at the First Global Disability Employment Summit
Last month, the U.S. Business Leadership Network (USBLN) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosted the Global Disability Employment Summit in Washington D.C.
Necessity Is The Mother of Invention
As inhabitants of a world not always ideally built to suit their needs, members of the disability community innovate to make their lives easier. These accommodations not only help them, but promote inclusiveness, ultimately benefiting everyone. Here are a few examples of incredible innovations in the marketplace today.
Exploring Global Disability Employment Strategies
The USBLN Global Disability Employment Summit will be held on July 27th, at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington D.C. Companies present will share best practices, and collaborate on ways to promote accessibility, supplier diversity and government regulations related to hiring people with disabilities outside the U.S.
Five Ways People with Disabilities Are Driving Innovation
From the entertainment and fashion industry to the world of super heroes, technology is changing the landscape of disability. Advancements are pushing the boundaries, furthering the possibilities, and creating more accessible and inclusive opportunities. Here are five awesome examples we’ve seen recently: