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PCG CEO Signs Disability:IN Letter on Disability Inclusion

28. July 2023 PCG Blog

Public Consulting Group’s (PCG) Chief Executive Officer, William Mosakowski, is joining corporate leaders across industries in signing onto the Disability:IN CEO Letter on Disability Inclusion. By signing the letter, PCG is committing to benchmarking our disability inclusion journey with the Disability Equality Index (DEI).

The DEI is a joint initiative of the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), the nation’s largest disability rights organization, and Disability:IN, the leading global nonprofit for business disability inclusion, working to promote the full inclusion of people with disabilities, to inspire accessible innovation for all, and to foster cultures of inclusion.

“Adding another signatory to the CEO Letter on Disability Inclusion, isn’t just a pledge. It’s a public commitment to take action, and advance inclusion of people with disabilities within their business,” says Jill Houghton, President & CEO of Disability:IN.

PCG has continued to make strides in creating a workplace culture that is inclusive and continues to attract and retain a vibrant and diverse workforce that is representative of our client base. 

Specifically in Disability Workplace Inclusion, the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, in partnership with the DEI Advisory Council, has worked over the past two years to build and execute on a roadmap for improvement that includes offering disability inclusion trainings for people managers, forming a Disability Inclusion Committee, launching PCG’s first neurodiversity summer internship program, and considering initiating a self-ID campaign in FY24. 

“Our CEO, William Mosakowski, has continued to express an unwavering commitment to PCG's diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. By signing the CEO Letter on Disability Inclusion, he continues to help in leading the effort to make sure PCG is building a tangible workplace culture of inclusion,” said PCG's Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Sophia Thwaites. “We are encouraged by the progress we have made with the full understanding that the work of advancing inclusion for people with disabilities in the workplace is ongoing.”