Join Us for TWO #DeafAtWork Online Panels — May 27 and June 9

Published on May 14, 2020

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Learn more about the outcome of the online panels here.

Many of our work routines have been disrupted with the COVID pandemic. We want to take the opportunity to come together as deaf employees to share strategies and success stories with our community.

NDC will host TWO live online panels for deaf employees. These events will be conducted in ASL with English interpretation and captioning. For additional access requests email:

Deaf Employees Working Onsite

Tuesday, June 9 at 12-1pm CDT – Participants are required to sign in with Zoom. Sign up for free.

This next panel will focus on essential and frontline workers. We’ll be asking panelists to answer the following questions:

  • How are you staying safe and protecting yourself on the job?

  • How has interacting with customers or coworkers changed?

  • How has communication with your supervisor changed?

Deaf Employees Working From Home

Wednesday, May 27 at 12-1pm CDT

This first panel focused on workers who were previously working face-to-face and are now in a remote environment. We asked panelists to answer the following questions:

  • How are you navigating accomodations from home?

  • How are you staying connected with your peers?

  • How do you stay connected with your supervisor?

The panelists will be:

  • Kyle Adams, Financial Analyst, Starbucks

  • Callie Frye, Disability Advocate, Disability Rights California

  • David “DT” Bruno, Chair of NAD Youth Section

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