ABLE Assembly: Arts Better the Lives of Everyone 2021 | Theme: Intersectionality, Disability, and Arts Education ABLE Assembly: Arts Better the Lives of Everyone 2021 | Theme: Intersectionality, Disability, and Arts Education

Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Antoine Hunter
Urban Jazz Dance Company | Droplabs | Deaf Counseling, Advocacy and Referral Agency ( DCARA)
Founder | Vice President
Emelyne Bingham
Vanderbilt University
Senior Lecturer

Speakers

Adam Goldberg
NYC Schools PS-177
Music Teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator
Alicia Greene
Boston Ballet
Assistant Program Director
Aliza Greenberg
Learning Spring School
Arts Enrichment Coordinator
Alyssa Liles-Amponsah
Temple University
Associate Director of Diversity Initiatives and Community Engagement
Amanda Masterpaul
Coastal Carolina University
Adjunct Professor
Angela DeCarlis
Figure on Diversity
Founder and Director
Anh Ha
Virginia Commonwealth University
Preservice Teacher
Audrey Reeves
Utah Valley University
Program Coordinator in the Art & Design Department
Carson Hebblethwaite
Research Fellow
Coastal Carolina University
Celia Watson
Boston Ballet
Community Education Coordinator
Elise S. Sobol
New York University
Director of Music Education, Visiting Associate Professor
Erika Knapp
Michigan State University
Fran Flaherty
Anthropology of Motherhood
Founder and Creator
Jenna Gabriel
Virginia Commonwealth University
Arts in Education Consultant | Special Education Specialist
Michelle Attias
Ohio State University
Fiscal/HR Manager in Department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy
Miles Wilcox
Berklee Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs
Private Music Lessons & Early Childhood Teacher
Nancy Shell
Temple University
Pauli Rautiainen
Tampere Unviersity
Associate Professor of Public Law
Ruben Ryan
Center for Applied Drama and Autism | Just Go With It
DIrector of Online Programming | Co-Founder
Ruth Fabby
Disability Arts Cymru
Director
Sanna Kivijärvi
Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki
Researcher and Educator
Tara Mansour
Westwood Public Schools
Occupational Therapist
Wendy Duke
The Center for Applied Drama and Autism | Theatre on the Spectrum
Co-Founder | Program Director

Sponsors