||The Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is planning to celebrate the National Disability Employment Awareness Month at NIH. Our goal is to create awareness about available Reasonable Accommodations technology and services that are available to people with disabilities and their employers.
Crystal R. Emery, is a dynamic producer, sought-after author, educator, social activist and filmmaker. She is also the founder and CEO of URU The Right To Be, Inc., a non-profit content production company which creatively intersects humanities, the arts, science, and technology to bridge and bring awareness to societal gaps involving equity, diversity, and inclusion. As a change agent and through URU’s Changing the Face of STEM initiative, Ms. Emery is also making an impact by way of introducing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to marginalized students, including those with disabilities. As a member of the disabled community herself, Ms. Emery is set to deliver a remarkable keynote address which stresses the importance of equal access and opportunities for all.