This week we share two interviews from our Pop-Up Studio at The Kennedy Center’s LEAD conference in Denver. First up is BAYarts from Ohio where we chat with Elizabeth Milli and Linda Goik about their classes at the historic houses on a lakeside location. Hear/Read how they’ve begun looking at accessibility and the unique hurdles they’ve encountered. Then we move on to Middlebury College with Shannon Bohler and Sophie Lefkoe. Learn how they’ve launched access at their institution and how they’ve connected with the local and national disability community. All of that and more on this week’s episode of The Access Champions Podcast sponsored by The Amateur Detective Club!
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Welcome to the ACCESS CHAMPIONS PODCAST where we sit down with Access Champions and Inclusion Warriors from around the world to find out: