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The Resource Key + NooshHub

The Resource Key works with NooshHub to align with their goal to create a peer-to-peer kitchen table concept whereby food is the median to make displaced families whole again.

The Resource Key is developing the inclusive and accessible brand strategy as the food-tech platform continues to develop.

The Services:

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The Resource Key + CornerStone OnDemand

The Resource Key worked with Cornerstone OnDemand to align with a training that they were creating about Neurodiversity in the Workplace. 

The Resource Key recruited people who had experience being neurodivergent in the workplace. These individuals were interviewed for the video trainings to ensure authentic storytelling and representation during the content development process. 

The Key Services:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“The Resource Key serves as an exemplar of an entity that brings together care, expertise, research, and resources while making sure that their services are meshed in as part of the team vs. an external “we’ll get back to you with our input and thoughts. Basically, I see the relationship as a relationship for life.”

— Pooya, CEO at NooshHub

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The Resource Key + Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium

The Resource Key worked with Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium to align with Engaging Individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities in Virtual Programs Event.

The Resource Key spoke on the topic Facilitating Meaningful Experiences for All Learners by covering five key engagement strategies. Participants learned ways to engage individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities in virtual programs.

The Key Services:

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The Resource Key + University of Memphis

The Resource Key worked with The University of Memphis to align with Mid-South Access Center for Technology’s Virtual Reuse Event. 

The Resource Key spoke on the topic of Inclusive and Accessible Social Media. Practical tools and strategies to ensure social media is more inclusive and accessible were discussed.  Participants learned ways to advance diversity, equity and
inclusion through social media and ensure people with disabilities are included.

The Key Services:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“The Resource Key exemplifies impeccable professionalism through both subject-matter expertise and high-quality service. Their communication is consistently detailed, concise, prompt and honest. In addition, The Resource Key is both reliable and thoughtful in terms of providing individualized customer/partner correspondence.”

— Clare, VP at Aspire

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“I highly recommend The Resource Key often to businesses that desire to be more inclusive and  support the disabled and neurodivergent community. The Resource Key’s excellent  communication, integrity, and customer service are a commodity often missing from many  organizations, but not this one!”

— Tiffany, Managing Partner at Grit and Flow

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The Resource Key + Polaris Creative

The Resource Key worked with Polaris Creative’s exhibit to align with their goal of the exhibit to showcase the food-related stories of eight disabled Canadians, eight Canadians from culturally diverse backgrounds, and eight Cowichan Valley food and beverage producers.

The Resource Key worked with Polaris Creative with storytelling, ensuring accessibility within social media content, and strategy development surrounding content.

The Key Services:

Past and Present Clients

  • NooshHub
  • Grit and Flow
  • The University of Memphis
  • Aspire
  • Sandra by Design
  • Expert Engine
  • Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium
  • American Society of Safety Professionals
  • American Association of University Women (AAUW)
  • Loyola University Maryland
  • Women in Technology International
  • The Human Potential At Work Show with Debra Ruh
  • California State University, Dominguez Hills Esports
  • Vanguard University of Southern California
  • Rehab Tech Summit
  • Michigan Diversity Council
  • Rangam
  • Albion College
  • The Union of Black Episcopalians
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