Kristen Bailey

Disability Inclusion Strategist & Account Manager Kristen works to build and maintain relationships between our clients and job seekers with disabilities. Within her role, Kristen consults with organizations regarding the implementation of Getting Hired’s full-service disability recruitment solution, in order to help them become more inclusive employers. Kristen is also responsible for outreach to, and management of, multiple national community partnerships with colleges and universities to support their students with disabilities. Leveraging both her personal and professional experiences, Kristen strives to become a subject matter expert on all things disability recruitment related.

The Importance of Advocating

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Accommodation tips for hiring individuals in the deaf community

I recently had the opportunity to attend a Gallaudet University, institution of learning,...

Enhance your engagement among the deaf community during Deaf History Month

Deaf History Month takes place annually from March 13th to April 15th. Deaf History Month is a...

5 ways to improve accessibility when hiring individuals with disabilities

Accessibility is one of the most important factors for inclusive businesses when hiring...

The advantages of individuals with disabilities to Self-ID or Self-Disclose

Deciding whether or not to self-identify (ID) or self-disclose your disability to an employer...