Disability:IN Wisconsin is a state chapter of the United States Disability:IN. Disability:IN Wisconsin offers participating employers resources for recruiting candidates with disabilities, information on disability issues/topics, recognition for best disability employment practices, and exposure to an untapped market for goods and services. We educate, engage and inform businesses on critical disability issues. A non-profit, non-partisan business-to-business network that raises awareness and works to advance, improve and expand employment outcomes for people with disabilities in Wisconsin.
What We Do
Disability:IN Wisconsin serves small, midsize, and large employers, supporting businesses through:
Workshops/seminars, including the annual Wisconsin Ability Summit, a full-day conference.
Access to Resources:
Providing employers with the tools to gauge and improve performance.
Enabling businesses to share best practices for disability inclusion, get updates on recent developments and work collaboratively on common issues.
Disability Equality Index:
A benchmarking tool that provides an objective score and roadmap on disability inclusion policies and practices. Learn more at www.disabilityequalityindex.org
Disability:IN Supplier Diversity supports corporate partners’ disability supplier inclusion initiatives and manages Disability:IN’s national certification and development program for disability-owned and service disabled veteran-owned businesses. All members gain access to the Supplier Hub. Learn more at disabilityin.org/what-we-do/supplier-diversity.
Who We Are
An inclusive global economy where people with disabilities participate fully and meaningfully.
To collaborate with purpose to promote the full inclusion of people with disabilities, to inspire accessible innovation for all, and to foster cultures of inclusion.
We empower business to achieve disability inclusion and equality.
Old National Bank
Rangam Consultants, Inc.
CUNA Mutual Group
Franklin Energy Services
UW Whitewater - Inclusive Transition, Education and Employment Projects (ITE&EP)