Speaking Engagements

2019

Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey: How an Ordinary Person Can Change the World or at Least Start the Process, November 1, 2019

Innovation Forum NY at the Weill Cornell Medical School, New York, NY: Women’s Hearing Health, September 19

Horasis Global Meeting, Cascais, Portugal: How to persuade about modern truths without becoming condescending?; April 6 (P 62)

2016

NY Trav Fest, New York, NY: Diversity in Travel; April (N/A)

Hearing Loss Association of America Essex County Chapter; Essex County, NJ: How an Ordinary Person Can Change the World, Well at Least Start the Process…: February

2015

Hearing Loss Association of America New Jersey State Chapter; NJ: How an Ordinary Person Can Change the World, Well at Least Start the Process…;  November

NY Trav Fest; New York, NY: Why Companies or Destinations Should Care About People with Disabilities; April

2014

Art Beyond Sight; New York, NY: Importance of Online Captioning and Standards for People who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing; October

M-Enabling Summit; Washington, DC: Wearable Mobile Devices, A New Platform for Security and Assistive Solutions; June

The US Access Board’s Conference; New York, NY; Effective Access for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in NYC; May

2013

World Disability Conference; Guayaquil, Ecuador: Effective Access for People with Hearing Loss Around the World; November

2011

US Access Board; Washington, DC; Induction Loops Around the World; January

2010

NJ Relay/Sprint; Montclair, NJ: Effective Access for People with Hearing Loss; Nov

2009

Hearing Loss Association of America’s North Shore Chapter Meeting; Great Neck, NY: Access in New York City

International Conference on Induction Loop; Zurich, Switzerland: Induction Loops Around the World; Sept

Ball State University’s Audiology Department; Muncie, IN: Effective Access for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

2008

Fighter Mom Friday Conference; New York, NY: How to Advocate for your Child

2007

American Association of Museum Conference; Chicago, IL: Effective Access for People with Hearing Loss at Museums

Children’s Hearing Institute; New York, NY: Hearing Access in New York City

2006

Department of Interior/National Park Service; Ellis Island, NY and Harper’s Ferry; WV: Effective Access for People with Hearing Loss at the National Parks