For corporations committed to workplace accessibility
for deaf and hard-of-hearing talent

 Unlock potential, boost productivity, and create a culture of inclusivity

 

Immersive workshops and collaborative consulting solutions

 

  

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For corporations
committed to workplace accessibility 
for deaf and hard-of-hearing talent

Unlock
potential, boost
productivity,
and create a culture of
inclusivity


Immersive workshops
and collaborative consulting solutions

 

  Over 1,000 professionals trained

  Over 1,000 professionals trained

More than 48 Million Americans
are deaf and hard of hearing

 

The sad reality, for those in the workforce,

is that their workplace is not fully inclusive to them.

When their workplace isn't inclusive, deaf and hard-of-hearing people

aren't able to perform at their best.

 If you're not working to include them, you risk excluding them.

 

Here are the 12 areas where
workplace inclusivity often falls short:

More than 48 Million Americans are deaf and hard of hearing

 

The sad reality, for those in the workforce, is that their workplace is not fully inclusive to them.

When their workplace isn't inclusive, deaf and hard-of-hearing people aren't able to perform at their best.

 If you're not working to include them, you risk excluding them.

 

Here are the
12 areas where
workplace inclusivity
often falls short:

 

Most accessibility trainings offer Band-Aid solutions. 

 

Other companies say they'll fix your inclusion problem, but they just scratch the surface. 

They come in, show a few slides, and send you off on your way.

You're left to wonder: did we do enough?

Are we inclusive? Or are we just inclusive on paper?

 

You want to do more than just check off a box
and call it a day. 

 

You're dedicated to a solution.

Your pledge to build a more inclusive workplace culture is real and sincere. 

At Deaf Friendly Consulting, we provide deaf awareness support and programming so that you can...

Reach your accessibility goals, connect with
untapped talent, and drive your team's performance.

 

 Here’s what one employee said after attending one of our workplace trainings:

Most accessibility
trainings offer
Band-Aid solutions. 

 

Other companies say they'll fix your inclusion problem, but they just scratch the surface. 

They come in, show a few slides, and send you off on your way.

You're left to wonder: did we
do enough?

Are we inclusive? Or are we just inclusive on paper?

 

You want to do more than just check off a box
and call it a day. 

 

You're dedicated to a solution.

Your pledge to build a more inclusive workplace culture is real and sincere. 

At Deaf-Friendly Consulting,
we provide deaf awareness
support and programming
so that you can...

Reach your
accessibility goals, connect with untapped talent,
and drive your
team's performance.


Here’s what one employee said after attending one of our
workplace trainings:

Imagine If You Could

Confidentially communicate with your deaf and hard of hearing employees so everyone is understood. 

Meet the needs of your deaf and hard of hearing employees so they can do their jobs well. 

Create a sense of belonging when you take action on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility.

Imagine If You Could

Confidentially communicate with your deaf and hard of hearing employees so everyone is understood. 

Meet the needs of your deaf and hard of hearing employees so they can do their jobs well. 

Create a sense of belonging when you take action on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility.

Our Transformational Impact: What You Will Achieve

Our Transformational Impact: What You Will Achieve

  • Discover insights into the issues facing Deaf and hard of hearing employees.¬†
  • Identify areas in your workplace that need improvement.
  • Learn practical everyday strategies for effective communication between Deaf and hearing employees.¬†
  • Learn basic American Sign Language to assist in communication.
  • Uncover small mistakes that make communication with deaf and hard of hearing employees more difficult and what to do instead.
  • Break down the attitudinal barriers that exist in the workplace towards Deaf and hard of hearing people.
  • Discover insights into the issues facing Deaf and hard of hearing employees.
  • Identify areas in your workplace that need improvement.
  • Learn practical everyday strategies for effective communication between Deaf and hearing employees.¬†
  • Learn basic American Sign Language to assist in communication.
  • Uncover small mistakes that make communication with deaf and hard of hearing employees more difficult and what to do instead.
  • Break down the attitudinal barriers that exist in the workplace towards Deaf and hard of hearing people.

 

1 out of 8 Americans

live with hearing loss

 

 In 2021, eBay hired us to bring American Sign Language classes to their workplace helping to create a more inclusive environment for deaf and hard-of-hearing employees. 

To this day, we continue to offer our American Sign Language classes and Deaf Awareness programming. 

 

Read what one employee says about the impact of our work:

 

Are you ready to build a more inclusive workplace? 

Book a complimentary, 45-minute consult with a Deaf-Friendly Consulting expert. 

Get Started Now

By the end of the 45-minute, complimentary consult call you'll have:  

  • Clarity on your next, most powerful steps for creating an inclusive environment.
  • Awareness of compliance or accessibility blind spots you didn't even know existed (and that your employees are probably too afraid to share).¬†
  • Insight into our processes and how we implement and measure success according to your needs.

We will work with you to find
the 
best solution

Meet the Founder: Melissa "echo" Greenlee

 

Melissa ‚Äúecho‚ÄĚ Greenlee is a leading expert on creating deaf-friendly and inclusive experiences for over 430 million deaf and hard of hearing people world-wide.¬†

She has been navigating the world as a deaf person in a hearing world for over 40 years and has the insight needed to help you create inclusive and welcoming business practices for deaf and hard of hearing customers and the workforce. 

Being born a hearing person and losing her hearing later in life has given her a unique perspective navigating both worlds and bridging the gap between two worlds. 

Echo works remotely with clients nationwide from her home in Seattle, Washington where you might find her playing with her two KODA children, hugging the trees and reminiscing in Madonna tracks from the 80’s - one of the last music artists she remembers clearly hearing.

Join 40+ businesses who've said YES

to us helping them create real, lasting change

Let's Do It!
An image of three workers smiling, wearing reflective vests and hard hats.

1 out of 8 Americans
live with hearing loss

 In 2021, eBay hired us to bring American Sign Language classes to their workplace helping to create a more inclusive environment for deaf and hard-of-hearing employees. 

To this day, we continue to offer our American Sign Language classes and Deaf Awareness programming. 

Read what one employee says about the impact of our work:

 

Are you ready to
build 
a more
inclusive workplace? 

Book a complimentary,
45-minute consult with a
Deaf-Friendly Consulting expert. 

Get Started Now

By the end of the 45-minute, complimentary consult call you'll have: 

  • Clarity on your next, most powerful steps for creating an inclusive environment.¬†
  • Awareness of compliance or accessibility blind spots you didn't even know existed (and that your employees are probably too afraid to share).¬†
  • Insight into our processes and how we implement and measure success according to your needs.¬†

We will work
with you to find
the 
best solution

Meet the Founder: Melissa "echo" Greenlee

Melissa ‚Äúecho‚ÄĚ Greenlee is a leading expert on creating deaf-friendly and inclusive experiences for over 430 million deaf and hard of hearing people world-wide.¬†

She has been navigating the world as a deaf person in a hearing world for over 40 years and has the insight needed to help you create inclusive and welcoming business practices for deaf and hard of hearing customers and the workforce. 

Being born a hearing person and losing her hearing later in life has given her a unique perspective navigating both worlds and bridging the gap between two worlds. 

Echo works remotely with clients nationwide from her home in Seattle, Washington where you might find her playing with her two KODA children, hugging the trees and reminiscing in Madonna tracks from the 80’s - one of the last music artists she remembers clearly hearing.

Join 40+ businesses who've said YES

to us helping them create real, lasting change

Let's Do It!

The Expert Behind the Transformation: Meet Vicki Moseley

With over three decades of pioneering work in corporate inclusion, Vicki Moseley has empowered companies to develop nurturing environments for Deaf and Hard of Hearing employees. A former career counselor at Gallaudet University, Vicki leverages her vast experience to offer customized training tailored to your organization's specific needs.

As our lead workplace trainer, Vicki shows businesses why understanding and investing in the deaf employee, is a win-win.

Vicki also brings a wealth of counseling experience with her: She was a career counselor at Gallaudet University and also counseled Deaf and Hard of Hearing students and the Interpreter Training Program students at Seattle Central Community college for 25 years.

Her academic credentials include an MA in School Counseling from Gallaudet University and a BA in Sociology from Stephen F. Austin State University.

An image of a woman (Vicki Moseley) smiling wearing a gray #deaffriendly shirt.

The Expert Behind the Transformation: Meet Vicki Moseley

With over three decades of pioneering work in corporate inclusion, Vicki Moseley has empowered companies to develop nurturing environments for Deaf and Hard of Hearing employees. A former career counselor at Gallaudet University, Vicki leverages her vast experience to offer customized training tailored to your organization's specific needs.

As our lead workplace trainer,
Vicki shows businesses why understanding and investing in the deaf employee, is a win-win.

Vicki also brings a wealth of counseling experience with her: She was a career counselor at Gallaudet University and also counseled Deaf and Hard of Hearing students and the Interpreter Training Program students at Seattle Central Community college for 25 years.

Her academic credentials include an MA in School Counseling from Gallaudet University and a BA in Sociology from Stephen F. Austin State University.

Why Partner With Us

We're Authentic

Our training is facilitated by seasoned Deaf and Hard of Hearing professionals with years of experience in the workforce.

We're Engaging

Our dynamic delivery ensures an interactive, enlightening, and enjoyable learning experience.

We're Accessible 

Our resources are universally designed, offering English, American Sign Language, captions, and transcripts upon request.

Why Partner With Us

We're Authentic

Our training is facilitated by seasoned Deaf and Hard of Hearing professionals with years of experience in the workforce.

We're Engaging

Our dynamic delivery ensures an interactive, enlightening, and enjoyable learning experience.

We're Accessible 

Our resources are universally designed, offering English, American Sign Language, captions, and transcripts upon request.

Don't delay, book your complimentary consult!

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