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We empower business to achieve disability inclusion and equality.

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  • Chairwoman Waters and Chairman Brown Urge SEC to Include Disability Disclosure. Here's Why This Matters.
  • Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Chairman of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee - What Happened: Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Senator Sherrod Brown sent a letter to Gary Gensler, Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) urging him to require that public companies report standardized data. In their letter, they specifically ask that this reporting include disability status.
  • What this means: Currently, public companies are only required to report on race, gender and ethnicity. If the SEC accepts this request, it would expand diversity disclosure reporting to include LGBTQ+ and disability status. Diversity includes Disability!
  • Why It's Important: If the SEC acts on these issues, it would help people with disabilities: gain meaningful employment; contract more as Disability-Owned Businesses; and get into the C-Suite!
  • The Impact on Business: Disability Inclusion is not just the right thing to do, it's good for business. Companies that embrace disability inclusion achieved: 28% higher revenue; 2x net income; 30% higher economic profit margins.
  • "You cannot fix what you cannot or do not measure" Share to show support for this initiative and bring disability IN to the diversity conversation!