Like many people at the start of a New Year, I was committed to keeping my health in focus for 2018. After an indulgent holiday season, I decided to do a round of Whole30.
When it comes to inclusivity and accessibility, technology can leave some people behind. People with disabilities comprise 19% of the U.S. population, which means if they were a minority group, they would be the largest in the country. Experts write about the potential for information and communications technology to enhance access for those with disabilities, yet, inclusivity has not kept pace.
Evia is proud to launch our Women in Technology initiative, adding our voices to the conversation on how to create more opportunities for women in the technology sector.
As the Director of Business Administration at Evia, I am responsible for integrating Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) as part of our company’s corporate culture.
Here at Evia, we work with many different types of clients all with one end goal: to execute a successful event. Whether this means they want to have their sessions recorded in the room and posted for on demand viewing later or live streaming their sessions to thousands of online viewers in real time, our Project Management Team has to be flexible in their approach to the client’s requests to ensure their goals are met.