2024 Events

Disability:IN North Carolina is excited to announce the 2024 event dates are scheduled.

More Information Coming Soon!

DI-NC 2024 Fall Conference | October 2, 2024 – In Person at Trane Technologies, Davidson, NC.


Disability:IN North Carolina 2023 Fall Conference | October 12, 2023 | “Great Leaders Create Great Cultures”

Disability:IN North Carolina’s (DI-NC) 2023 Fall Conference theme, “Great Leaders Create Great Cultures”,  could not be timelier. Facing fierce competition for talent, due to the global workforce shortage, finding and keeping talent matters more than ever. Companies that leverage their unique mission, purpose and values will strengthen their identity by inspiring employees to deliver on their brand promise to customers. The key to creating a committed, engaged workforce is for leaders to build an inclusive culture where all employees (including employees with disabilities) feel meaningfully connected to the mission.

Register Here or scan QR Code to register

Fall 2023 QR Code

View the Americans with Disabilities Act Celebration | July 26, 2023

Carolina ADA champions who have paved the way for advances in equality and employment leading up to the passage of the ADA.

“North Carolina Champions of the ADA” will be a virtual, no cost event celebrating the 33rd anniversary of this landmark legislation while highlighting individual success stories to demonstrate the impact that the ADA has had in advancing disability inclusion and employment throughout North Carolina. The main event will feature a diverse compilation of video submissions from employers, employees, and other talented individuals.  Being a champion of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in North Carolina involves having an informed perspective about the protections and reasonable accommodations that the ADA provides to ensure those with disabilities have the opportunity to achieve economic self-sufficiency through meaningful employment.   ADA Champions will share their story while honoring the stories of North Carolina leaders who have paved the way for advances in equality and employment leading up to the passage of the ADA.

Register Here: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ejswgq64aa180952&llr=uoyxbmzab

2023 Disability:IN North Carolina Wellness@Work | May 23, 2023 | Keynote Speaker Ali Ingersoll

Featured Speaker : Ali Ingersoll disability strategy consultant, Ms. Wheelchair America 2023, writer, and public speaker. Join us to hear  Ali and industry leaders share their strategies on  how to  create and implement disability inclusive policies and practices within organizations from C-suite leaders to employee resource groups.


2022 DI- NC Fall Conference Celebrates a Decade of Driving Inclusive Employment

The 2022 Fall conference on October 6th will celebrate our 10 years of driving disability inclusion and innovation in the workforce with a host of experts in disability inclusion and employment and thought leaders on cultural transformation  from across the state.

Returning to an in-person event, the conference will be hosted by Trane Technologies at their beautiful campus in Davidson, NC. Registration will close on October 3, 2022.  Register today to ensure your space.


DI-NC Employer Virtual Forum: A Live Virtual Training Series on Disability Employment of Individuals with I/DD

Disability:IN North Carolina (DI-NC) is pleased to announce a new training series aimed at equipping businesses with essential tools to enhance disability inclusion through the DI-NC Employer Virtual Forum.

2022 ADA Virtual Celebration of the 32nd Anniversary: Everybody Works in NC “From Murphy to Manteo”

Disability:IN North Carolina is proud to share our 2022 virtual celebration of  the 32nd Anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Join us in experiencing the potential of Everybody Works in NC “From Murphy to Manteo” via the personal stories of individuals with disabilities working in a diverse range of jobs, in both traditional and non-traditional businesses. The event also features the musical  & artistic talents of  North Carolinians with disabilities. We hope that you enjoyed this celebration of music, art, and personal narratives.