Inclusivity Strategic Consulting, a division of Brown, Goldstein & Levy, offers a broad range of customized solutions to businesses, organizations, and government agencies that want to achieve real inclusion of people with disabilities in their workforces and communities.
The most effective organizations are inclusive organizations.
Inclusivity is dedicated to helping public and private sector organizations and industry groups navigate the rapidly changing landscape of disability and civil rights with strategic consulting services.
Led by two of the nation’s preeminent civil rights attorneys, Eve Hill and Regina Kline, Inclusivity offers solutions that advance the civil rights of workers and students with disabilities and helps organizations become more effective, inclusive, and diverse. Our advice enhances opportunities for businesses, government agencies, individuals, and communities.
In recent years, the disability law and policy landscape has undergone sweeping change. Court rulings and federal policies related to the civil rights of workers and students with disabilities have major implications for business, educational institutions, employment agencies, school-transition programs, justice systems, service providers, and employers.
Inclusivity is committed to helping organizations navigate this new landscape with practical and accurate analysis and guidance.
Court rulings such as the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Olmstead v. L.C. and federal legislation like the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) reflect the fact that people with disabilities can and want to participate equally in all aspects of life and that they make valuable contributions to their workplaces and communities.We’re on a mission to help organizations become more effective and inclusive by promoting the education, engagement, and employment of people with disabilities.
Our work helps government agencies, service providers, and employers ensure people with disabilities and other diverse groups have a seat at the table when it comes to preparing for and obtaining 21st century jobs.
“Made in America” shouldn’t mean exploiting people with disabilities. We help companies identify and divest from vendors who exploit workers with disabilities in their supply chains.
We provide counsel and advice on federal laws and court rulings to ensure young people with disabilities have access to competitive integrated employment and postsecondary education.
“Fix it and forget it” doesn’t work for accessible technologies that are constantly evolving. We help organizations make sure their technology starts accessible and stays accessible.
ADA and Olmstead requirements can benefit police, prosecutors and defenders, courts, corrections, and communities to ensure people with mental illness and other disabilities are treated, rather than unnecessarily incarcerated.
College and university disability student services offices are often siloed and under-resourced. We help universities institute best practices to enable students with disabilities to succeed in college and in their careers.
We consider it our mission to help companies and government agencies find, hire, and retain talented people with and without disabilities.
Our services are backed by years of wide-ranging experience in government, civil rights, and disability rights. We look forward to working with you to develop thoughtful solutions that move your organization forward.
- Practical and Legal Analysis and Guidance
- Education and Training
- Strategic Diversity Assessment
- Policy and Procedure development
- Supply Chain Analysis
- Eve Hill’s testimony before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights about the school-to-prison pipeline at the intersection of race and disability.
- Eve Hill’s testimony before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee as it convened to consider Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to be an associate justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, Washington, DC, March 23, 2017.
- E. Hill, R. Kline, C. Richards, “Preparing Transition-Age Youth with Disabilities for Work: What School Leaders Need to Know About the New Legal Landscapes,” Institute for Educational Leadership Policy Brief, February 2018.