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Sunday, August 4 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
402 - Working with Disability in the Archives

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Let's talk about disability in the archives. This session explores issues related to working with a disability or managing employees who may require accommodations due to disability. Lightning talk presentations are followed by small group conversations, creating a forum for speakers and attendees to discuss professional development, accommodations, disclosure, and other issues. Participants should leave feeling empowered to tackle tough conversations and to advocate for themselves and coworkers.

Jessica N. Chapel: Working Toward a Culture of Care
Michelle GanzI'm Sorry, Can You Repeat That? Navigating Archives While Hard-of-Hearing
Ingi House: Institutionalizing Kindness for Professional Development (Making Accommodations Work)
David Spriegel: Coping Strategies: How to Get What You Need at Work
Lauren White, CA: Disability, Disclosure, and the Job Search

Moderator: Jessica N. Chapel
Facilitator: Lauren White, CA

Facilitators
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Jessica Chapel

Digitization Specialist, Simmons University
Jessica Chapel is the Digitization Specialist in the Harvard Law School Library Digital Lab. She earned her MS in library and information science from Simmons University in January 2019.
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Lauren White, CA

Processing Archivist, University of Michigan Special Collections Research Center
Recently joined the University of Michigan as Processing Archivist, specializing in film archives and digital preservation. Prior, was Manuscripts Librarian at the University of Toledo, specializing in disability studies.

Speakers
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Michelle Ganz

Archives Director, McDonough Innovation
Michelle Ganz has been a lone arranger archivist for 12 years. She currently works for William McDonough, grandfather of the green architecture movement, developing a new approach to living archives.
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David Spriegel

Digital Archivist, University of Wisconsin-Madison
David Spriegel is a digital archivist with the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Ingi House

Archivist, Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency
Ingi House is originally from Kansas then moved east where she worked in N.Y. and D.C. Her love of military history lead her to California and the Seabees. Returned to D.C. she works at D.P.A.A. In her spare time she writes and is a published poet.



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