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Your future leaders demand inclusion.

Inclusively recommends job seekers to opportunities based on their experience, skills, and accommodations needed to succeed in the role.

About

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Meet Our Leadership Team

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Charlotte Dales

(She/Hers)

Co-Founder & CEO
Success Enablers: Remote Work

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Sarah Bernard

(She/Her/Hers)

Co-Founder & COO
Success Enablers: Remote Work

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Dheeraj Patri

(He/Him/His)

CTO
Success Enablers: Flexible Schedule, Remote Work

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Allison Lindberg

(She/Her/Hers)

VP of Product Strategy
Success Enablers: Extra Time, Uninterrupted Work Time

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Annie Moore

(She/Her)

VP of Talent Operations
Success Enablers: Flexible Schedule, Remote Work

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Elizabeth Carr

(She/Her)

VP of Legal & Investor Relations
Success Enablers: Remote Work

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Greg DeGregorio

(He/Him/His)

VP of Sales
Success Enablers: Remote Work

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Lindsay Euller

(She/Her/Hers)

VP of Customer Success
Success Enablers: Flexible Schedule, Remote Work

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Tiffany Meehan

(She/Hers/Disabled)

VP of Marketing
Success Enablers: Accessible Work Environment, Remote Work

I spent six years as a caretaker for my father after his stroke and I witnessed his struggle to find employment while having a disability. I am also a person who is neurodiverse and received accommodations in college but I had no idea that it was also available in the working world. Finding out there are companies out there to help people like my father and I was really inspiring and it means I can work in an environment where I can be my most productive.

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Bryant R. Huff II (Him/His)
Customer Success Manager, Inclusively

Success Enablers: Remote Work

Being a disabled professional and working at Inclusively has been an incredible experience. Charlotte and Sarah’s commitment to inclusion and prioritizing the wellbeing of each employee means that I can truly bring my full self to work. I’m proud to be part of a team that is not only providing access to meaningful opportunities, but equalizing the entire hiring process with an accessible and transparent approach.

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Tiffany Meehan (She/Her/Disabled)
VP of Marketing, Inclusively

Success Enablers: Accessible Work Environment, Remote Work

I worked with a small team of professionals in the military and while we each had our specialty, we also trusted each other to rise to the occasion should there be a need. I feel that same way at Inclusively – from the leadership to the interns, there is a strong sense of passion and a desire to learn that allows for meaningful cross-functional collaboration.

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Ross Barchacky (He/Him/Disabled/Veteran)
Director of Partnerships, Inclusively

Success Enablers: Remote Work, Service Animal

Inclusively has amazing people and an amazing culture where the company makes you feel valued and not only asks for your feedback but oftentimes takes your feedback and implements it into our work. After my first few months it clicked for me how easy it was for people to request what they need to be productive at work, it's actually allowed me to feel comfortable talking about my own disability.

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Greg DeGregorio (He/Him)
VP of Sales, Inclusively

Success Enablers: Remote Work

The overall mission is important to me because it is literally a matter of life or death for many people who are capable, deserving, and wonderful but have been born into a society that cannot recognize this without the extra focus and support like Inclusively offers.

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Katherine Alsop (She/Her)
Community Engagement Consultant

Success Enablers: Remote Work

Meet Our Board of Directors & Advisors

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Charles Trunz III

(He/Him)

Executive Chairman, Inclusively

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John D. Kemp

(He/Him)

President & CEO, Lakeshore Foundation
Success Enablers: Accessible Work Environment

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Christina Mallon

(She/Her/Hers/Disabled)

Director of Inclusive Design, Microsoft
Success Enablers: Accessible Work Environment, Extended Time, Captioning, Notetaker

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Julie Bugala

(She/Her)

Human Resources Leader, Financial Services

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Regina "Gina" Kline, Esq.

Founder and CEO, SmartJob LLC

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Jeff Butler

2x Paralympic Medalist, Entrepreneur