Ted Kennedy, Jr., Member of the Firm, speaks at the 2023 Disability:IN Conference, which runs from July 10 to 13.

On Tuesday, July 11, Ted joins the opening plenary panel discussion, "Disability Equality Index: Honoring Achievements and Focusing on the Future" (8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.). Ted is the Co-Chair of the Disability Equality Index.

Later, at 1:30 p.m., Ted co-presents "Staying One Step Ahead: Integrating Disability into Your S and G Strategy." Regulation around disability disclosure is on the horizon. If not included in this year’s SEC human capital rules, it’s sure to follow in the coming years following the growing influence of ESG frameworks that shape corporate operations and governance. Based on cutting-edge research by Disability:IN, the Thomson Reuters Foundation, and Accenture, this breakout session provides an overview of the global and domestic policy landscape surrounding disability disclosure, then facilitates a discussion about how to include disability in your S and G strategies.

For more information, visit DisabilityIN.org.

Event Detail

Orlando, Florida
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