Meet Dana Marlowe a social entrepreneur who created a company to make technology accessible to people who have disabilities in the United States, a determined, problem-solver and multitasked woman, a philanthropist who run I Support the Girls, an NGO
Thank you to NCR for including us in their fun roundup of favorite books by small business owners. Dana's choice was featured: “Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die” by Chip Heath and Dan Heath. “I have found that ‘Made to
In this technology-dependent world, it's clear that the flow of information is key to our shared future. But who gets to help build that future? Thank you for including us, Zety. Read more about Dana in the Bigger Picture from Zety.
We were featured in a March 2019 article in Yahoo Finance on how to make more inclusive job descriptions. Please read the full article, and our quote is below: “I have seen some applications with tricky questions, such as ‘Will you need
Thank you for your interest in our CSUN 2019 presentation, Going the Distance: The Accessibility of Fitness Apps and Running. Dana Marlowe and Sharon Rosenblatt were pleased to share their research on runners with disabilities, and how technology via
We were honored to be featured in this advice article from UpJourney. Sharon's quote is below: Sharon Rosenblatt Director of Communications, Accessibility Partners, LLC It’s hard to ignore those nagging voices in your head that
We were honored to be featured in a new article by Home Pros Media about tips for working from home. Our take? Don’t let friends stop by. Dana Marlowe, principal partner of the Silver Spring, Maryland-based IT accessibility consulting firm
Congratulations to Dana Marlowe for being named to PeopleMaven's Up-and-Coming Female Founders list! "These up-and-coming female founders... [are] some of the most driven and inspirational female entrepreneurs!
Read full article at Military Hire. There's good news for veterans in the workforce these days. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), "the unemployment rate for veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces at any time
Read the full article at Remote.co Start a staff blog or newsletter. The act of creating a central place for remote workers to contribute information and read about others automatically promotes stronger connections. Workers feel like part of