$20,000 - $30,000
Caroline Casey, founder of Valuable500, operates at the frontier of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I). Caroline has a unique ability to bring together the intersection of head and heart. Whether she is being interviewed or working as a panelist or speaker at an event, she moves people to accept themselves and others, make positive changes, realize their own value, and be vulnerable and authentic.
She is frequently invited to contribute at ground-breaking events such DAVOS World Economic Forum, One Young World, Skull etc. Comfortably straddling the worlds of business and activism, she has the ear of business and access to the world’s largest community of CEOs. Her aim is to help shape a society where everyone is free to be fully themselves, regardless of ability or disability. To achieve this, Caroline has harnessed the skills and vision of over 400 global business leaders whose companies are making the biggest financial investment into disability in the world.
Her passion and drive are rooted in her personal story about growing up and trying to fit in as a legally blind person. As a former management consultant and daughter of a successful entrepreneur, Caroline recognized the power of business to make change happen. Today her work is catalyzing business leaders to take full ownership of their inclusion agenda and to shed the constraints that stop inclusion from becoming a reality.
Caroline is an Ashoka Fellow and Eisenhower Fellow and also a past advisor for the Clinton Global Initiative, and Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum. Some of the audiences Caroline has addressed globally include MDRT, Microsoft, Accenture, Stryker, Salesforce, EY, Malmo University, University of Regina, Rolls Royce, and many others.
Caroline has been recognized internationally for her pioneering and innovative approach to changing attitudes and perceptions of disability with a focus on business and media. In 2004 she founded Kanchi, an organization established to influence this change, which she named after the elephant she trekked across Southern India on during a 1,000km personal journey. Kanchi devised the Ability Awards to recognize and build awareness of the business case for disability. The awards are now being rolled out internationally across five countries in the next five years with a focus on Europe.
To book Caroline Casey, contact Executive Speakers at 901.754.9404.
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