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June 15, 2022

Where Do You Fit In with DJ Nicholson

Where Do You Fit In with DJ Nicholson

Welcome to Episode 9 of Forging Fortune, an inspirational podcast for visionaries, activists, and future-focused entrepreneurs anywhere between the poles on the life experience spectrum.


Today we welcome the amazing and wealth of knowledge that is DJ Nicholson, Founder and CEO at Inclusiveology. Our conversation today is centered around inclusive education and how to much sure there are space, resources, and support for all students to truly succeed. DJ’s vast education experience and true commitment to a better, more just, and more inclusive world made this conversation one to remember. A special thank you to DJ for her knowledge, expertise, and work in the inclusive education space. 


Meet DJ

DJ is an educator, instructional trainer and speaker with a life-long passion for integrating children with varying abilities into generalized education. Throughout the course of her career, she has supported students, teachers and school leadership in inclusive practices to create equity and achievement for every child whatever their disability.  After 26 years in public education, she retired early to progress her life's mission to include every child in learning as the Founder and Director of Inclusiveology, an educational program that fully supports inclusive practices.  Inclusiveology was developed to ensure that every child has access to the tools they need to be successful, and members of the school community understand "how" and "why" (not just "what") supports and strategies are necessary to make inclusive practices successful.

 

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DJ is an educator, instructional trainer and speaker with a life-long passion for integrating children with varying abilities into generalized education. Throughout the course of her career, she has supported students, teachers and school leadership in inclusive practices to create equity and achievement for every child whatever their disability. After 26 years in public education, she retired early to progress her life's mission to include every child in learning as the Founder and Director of Inclusiveology, an educational program that fully supports inclusive practices. Inclusiveology was developed to ensure that every child has access to the tools they need to be successful, and members of the school community understand "how" and "why" (not just "what") supports and strategies are necessary to make inclusive practices successful.