Registration for Digital Inclusion Day now open

The two-day event will run Oct. 6-7 featuring both virtual and in-person events

Please join us Oct. 6-7, 2022 for UC's fourth annual Digital Inclusion Day. This year will feature a hybrid format, with the first day of the conference held virtually over Zoom while the second day will be hosted on the UC Blue Ash campus. 

Schedule

A full schedule and virtual links for Thursday's sessions will be posted on the Digital Inclusion Day Schedule page as they are available. 

Keynote

Hayden Kristal

Hayden Kristal

Friday, Oct. 7
10-11:30 a.m. 
UC Blue Ash Campus

 

 

Hayden Kristal (preferred pronouns they/them/theirs, but accepts anything said with good intent) is a Colorado-based deaf queer activist and stand-up comedian. Life at the intersection of multiple marginalized identities has led Hayden to a career as a professional speaker, exploring the intersections of ability, gender, sexuality and access, particularly within the spheres of activism and social justice. They have brought their funny, engaging and interactive workshops and speeches to dozens of conferences, businesses, and schools all across North America including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, TEDx, Coldwell Banker, the Minnesota Department of Human Services, the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the Connecticut Supreme Court. 
 
Hayden’s quick wit and cheerful self-deprecation has earned them plenty of comedic accolades as well, including over 635,000 followers on TikTok, a quarterfinalist spot on America's Got Talent, and a guest role on Netflix & Adult Swim’s Tuca and Bertie. Hayden has been a semifinalist for Stand Up NBC, a finalist for Full Frontal with Samantha Bee’s Comedy Writing Mentorship, a featured performer at Limestone Comedy Festival and has opened and featured for Maria Bamford.

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