HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Sept. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Actress Eileen Grubba has been named Brand Ambassador for Global Disability Inclusion, a leading consultancy firm that designs and develops comprehensive disability employment and inclusion strategies for Global 500 companies, U.S. Federal contractors, foundations and nonprofits.
Grubba, who has spent years on the stage of the Actors Studio and in films and Television series including NBC's Game of Silence, Fear the Walking Dead, Criminal Minds, Bones, Sons of Anarchy, Hung, Enlightened, CSI: Miami, The Mentalist, Cold Case, Nip/Tuck, Dexter and Monk is an advocate for people with disabilities and has been fighting for the inclusion of people with physical disabilities in Hollywood and the Entertainment Industry.
"My life experience compels me to choose and fight for projects that encourage a greater appreciation of the strength and spirit that only come through adversity," Grubba said in a recent interview. "Including PWD in the industry would welcome people with great determination, endurance, enthusiasm, passion, problem solvers, and creative thinkers with different visions, who could change the world if we let them in."
"We are excited to join forces to encourage true diversity and inclusion in the workplace, workforce and marketplace – that can only be achieved by including people with disabilities," said Meg O'Connell, President of Global Disability Inclusion.
Learn more about Eileen Grubba at https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0344190/;
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EileenGrubbaOfficialPage/; Twitter: @EileenGrubba
About Global Disability Inclusion
Global Disability Inclusion, LLC is a boutique consulting firm providing disability inclusion strategies for global companies and U.S. Federal Contractors. The organization's work helps companies realize the business benefits of including people with disabilities in the workplace, the workforce and the marketplace. Learn more about Global Disability Inclusion, LLC at globaldisabilityinclusion.com.
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