Greg Hlibok joined ZVRS in 2016 following his position as the Chief of Disability Rights at the Federal Communications Commission. He was responsible for administering a wide array of disability rulemaking proceedings and policy matters, including advancements of relay service and various issues on accessibility of communication technologies. Greg holds a BA in Government from Gallaudet University and a JD from Hofstra University School of Law. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of his alma mater, Lexington School for the Deaf and Center as well as Gallaudet University. He is known for his leadership role during the Deaf President Now movement at Gallaudet University in 1988.
PRE-CONFERENCE Monday, July 25
Accessibility for Deaf Employees
Greg Hlibok, Corey Burton, AnnMarie Killian (ZP Better Together), Kevin Fitzpatrick (Pepsi Co.)
Join a meaningful discussion with three Deaf executives focusing on accessibility for Deaf and hard of hearing employees in the workplaces. Through real life experiences, we will explore the positive impact communication access has on employee performance, retention, and morale.
• leave with an understanding of the various accommodation options for Deaf and hard of hearing employees
• understand how to incorporate communication services into their accessibility accommodation plan
• understand the benefits of including Deaf and hard of hearing candidates in their hiring practices.