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International Day of People with Disability

International Day of People with Disability aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability. Join our panel to find out more about how we can be better allies and can support people living with disabilities. 

This panel is sponsored by Enterprise.

Enterprise

Speakers:

  • Jonathan Andrews
    Jonathan Andrews
    Associate Solicitor, Entertainment and Media
    Reed Smith LLP UK
    Jonathan is an associate in Reed Smith’s global Entertainment and Media Industry Group, based in the London office and works on a range of contentious and non-contentious matters. Jonathan has undertaken secondments to leading international clients Bauer Media and Entain. Jonathan has been recognised on a national and international level for best practice in Diversity & Inclusion over several years, including recognition from the European Diversity Awards in 2016, World Autism Awards and Queens Young Leaders Program in 2017, the UK Diversity Legal Awards in 2018, the Law Society Excellence Awards in 2019, and named the UK’s fourth most influential disabled person in 2020. A former trustee of Stonewall, he has also featured consecutively since 2017 in OUTstanding’s LGBT+ Future Leaders list.
  • Jessica Franklin
    Jessica Franklin
    Diversity and Inclusion Advisor
    Clyde & Co
    Diversity and Inclusion professional
  • Ashley Halstead
    Ashley Halstead
    Sales Coordinator
    Enterprise
  • Emily Brady
    Emily Brady
    Business Partner Specialist
    Morningstar
  • Madhavi Reddy
    Madhavi Reddy
    Senior Director
    S&P Global
  • Jessi Luckett
    Jessi Luckett
    CEO/Founder
    Kouri-Vini Consulting Inc
    Jessi Luckett is an accomplished nonprofit and philanthropic consultant with 14+ years of experience building and implementing programs around gender justice, race equity, LGBTQ+ rights, and disability rights. She has extensive experience in research analysis, program design, implementation, evaluation, grant-making, partnerships, and donor engagement in support of developing and sustaining intersectional programming. Jessi developed her expertise leading cross-sector social justice initiatives as a consultant for various public and private institutions, including the Ford Foundation, Race Forward, the Mosaic Network and Fund, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the New York Women’s Foundation, United Nations Population Fund, and UN Women. Additionally, she brings her expertise as a housing rights organizer at community development organizations and public policy work with high-level political actors working at the state, national and international levels. Jessi currently holds a B.A. from Hunter College of the City University of New York and a Master's in Public Administration at NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, specializing in International Development, Public Policy, Nonprofit Management, and Gender Equity.
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