Thursday, June 25, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT
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Bryan Moseley 

A Forum for Shared Learning: Supporting Employees with Disabilities in the Remote Work Environment 

Working remotely is the new normal. To ensure employees with disabilities are supported in their work, employers must ensure the tools used by all staff are equally accessible. Collaboration tools, Assistive Technology and the remote work environment can present unique challenges that require unique solutions.

To this end, TCSAccess is hosting a virtual forum for discussion, learning and exploring best practices to support employees with disabilities in the remote work environment. This will be a moderated discussion to dig deeper into best practices of supporting employees with disabilities. We invite participants to shape the discussion by submitting discussion topics in advance of the forum.

All are welcome to participate in the conversation but those who support staff with disabilities will find this discussion most beneficial.

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Bryan Moseley is an experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated history in the information technology and services industry with a focus on the intersection of information technology and assistive technology.  He is the CEO and Owner of TCS Access, an organization focused on accessibility, accommodations, and inclusion of persons with disabilities. Bryan has led TCSAccess for the past 10 years in strategic initiatives with a vision for people of all abilities to have full access to technology. In his management of TCSAccess, he challenges his team to raise the bar far above the industry standard and has propelled TCSAccess to become a national leader in Assistive Technology training.

In addition to leading TCSAccess, Mr. Moseley co-founded iYellow Captions, a remote and onsite captioning firm, providing communication access for the Deaf and hard of hearing communities. He is a managing partner of The Moseley Group, a company that offers management services and funding for socially responsible for-profit organizations that supports or employs members of socially marginalized communities.

He serves on the advisory board of the DC chapter of the Business Leadership Network and is a member of the DC chapter of the Entrepreneurs Organization. Mr. Moseley holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Marymount University and a Bachelor of Science from James Madison University.