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KGIs your network seeking education on the intersections of disability and race? Do you work with a disability organization in need of strategic coaching on racial equity? Keri’s work centers on exploring the intersections of race, gender, and disability across the workplace. As a consultant, speaker, and facilitator, she works with companies and organizations, so they are prepared to leverage intersectionality as an organizational practice. Check out this webpage to learn more about Keri’s consulting services.

Keri is also the Founder and Executive Director of the National Alliance of Multicultural Disabled Advocates (NAMD Advocates). The NAMD Advocates is a network of organizers across the country who invest in the livelihood and leadership of Black and Brown people with disabilities. Check out this webpage to learn more about the NAMD Advocates.

Through her various roles, Keri has recruited approximately 4,000 professionals for over 100 organizations and Fortune 500 companies. She has also designed and managed programs for over 1,000 professionals that has helped participants secure competitive employment, identify transferable skills, build an influential network, and gain notable opportunities.

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    • Thomas Jones says:

      Keri:
      THANK YOU SO MUCH for your presentation today at our school (Montclair Kimberley Academy)!
      I have been a History teacher here for 15 years, and your presentation had me riveted with feelings, with emotions, with reflection, and with inspiration and enthusiasm to further this discussion with our students – as well as with my own daughter. Your message was Great, and your authenticity magnetic. I know you impacted our community with your sharing – if it moved me powerfully, I know it did many others! Thank You for being so authentically strong and generous with your testimony!
      The only unfortunate thing with the Livestream is that you could not hear us clapping in appreciation, so I hope you hear me now :).
      Sincerely:
      – Thomas Jones

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