Access Smithsonian

Beth Ziebarth

Beth Ziebarth has a personal interest and professional responsibility in advocacy for people with disabilities.  She currently serves as the director of Access Smithsonian.  In her position, Beth develops and implements accessibility policy and guidelines for the Institution’s 19 museums, the National Zoo, and nine research centers, ensuring that the Smithsonian’s 30 million annual visitors experience a welcoming environment that accommodates individuals of all ages and abilities.  Her work includes staff training on accessibility and disability topics, facility and program t

Beth Ziebarth, Access Smithsonian
Washington DC

Strategies for Incorporating Anti-Ableism into Design Curriculum - Audra Buck-Coleman, Cheryl Fogle-Hatch, and Robin Marquis

Strategies for Incorporating Anti-ableism into Design Curriculum
Audra Buck-Coleman
Cheryl Fogle-Hatch,MuseumSenses, Founder and Chief consultant
Robin Marquis;Access Smithsonian/the Peale, Community Outreach Coordinator/Accessibility Manager

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