Clare Killy is the Education & Learning Services Manager at Disability Lead. Prior to taking on this role, Clare was the Vice President of Digital Experiences at Aspire, where she led Inclusive Consulting services for the majority of her 10+ years with the organization. Clare's presence as an educator has been steadfast, from starting her career as a teacher with Easterseals to more recently serving as an Adjunct Faculty member at Erikson Institute. In 2022, she was recognized as a Crain's Notable Leader in Community Development. She is a graduate of Erikson Institute (M.S. Child Development) and Ohio University (B.A. Health & Human Services - ECE). Clare is a seasoned nonprofit leader, licensed educator and child development specialist with experience as a teacher, advocate, inclusion consultant, and program director across diverse environments. Clare is currently also Co-Chair of the Cultural Access Collaborative.
Community Inclusion, Mental Health in the Workplace, Employment, Accessibility, Arts and Culture
Education, Program Development, Arts and Culture, Training, Nonprofit Management, Public Speaking