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Inclusion Campaign Profiles


Angela Winfield, Staff

Director, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity

What does disability inclusion look like to me? Being able to navigate the world independently.

What does inclusion look like to you?

Being able to navigate the world independently.

Download Angela Winfield Poster (pdf)


Joe Burke, Staff

Executive Director of Campus and Community Engagement, Student & Campus Life

What does disability inclusion look like to me? Simple. Meeting locations that don't require climbing stairs.

What does inclusion look like to you?

Simple. Meeting locations that don’t require climbing stairs.

Download Joe Burke Poster (pdf)


Sara Xayareth Hernandez, Staff

Graduate School Associate Dean for Inclusion and Student Engagement

Sara Hernandez. What does inclusion look like to me? When I know my contributions are valued.

What does inclusion look like to you?

When I know my contributions are valued.

Download Sara Xayareth Hernandez Poster (pdf)


Allison Milch, Student

CALS, Nutritional Science, 2018

Allison Milch. What does inclusion look like to me? When others acknowledge my disability.

What does inclusion look like to you?

When others acknowledge my disability. Inclusion is feeling connected to my community and being given the opportunity to engage in a dialogue about my disability.

Download Allison Milch Poster (pdf)


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