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April 3, 2023 7 p.m.Location: Letterman Building, Room 125
Greg Fehribach is widely considered a leader in accessibility and inclusion for people with disabilities. Greg was appointed to the United States Access Board by President Obama in 2016, and re-appointed to the Board by President Biden in 2021. An attorney for over thirty-five years who is affiliated with the Indianapolis law firm Tuohy, Bailey, & Moore, LLP, Greg founded The Fehribach Group in 1995, where he provides innovative access solutions to clients nationwide who are seeking to create an accessible environment that is welcoming to all guests. Under Greg’s guidance as legal counsel, Indianapolis has often been named a top accessible American city, as demonstrated when it hosted the 2012 Super Bowl, considered the most accessible Super Bowl for people with disabilities to date.
Larry Markle is the Director of the Gregory S. Fehribach Center at Eskenazi Health in Indianapolis, a program that provides college students with physical disabilities with paid internships in fields related to their major and professional development training to improve employment outcomes. Prior to that, Larry was the Director of Disability Services at Ball State University for 13 years. During Larry’s tenure, Ball State was recognized nationally as a leader in physical accessibility for students with disabilities. A 2019 recipient of the Association on Higher Education and Disability’s Meritorious Contribution Award, Larry has co-authored multiple articles on disability and higher education that have been published in peer reviewed journals and presented at dozens of regional and national conferences.