Moving Forward Together: A Webinar on Diversity & Inclusion

Written by Jaclyn Levi

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

2:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT

As part of our commitment to diversity and inclusion, we’re proud to be hosting a panel discussion with three trailblazers and influencers in the DEIA space.  We’ll talk about why DEIA should be a priority for your organization and how you can foster a sense of belonging at your company and at events. Come learn about: 

• Actionable steps to develop a DEIA plan at your organization 

• Creating deeper connections and engagement with customers 

• Crafting diverse and inclusive customer acquisition & marketing strategies 

We’ll also open up the floor to answer your questions! 



Chris Mosier

Team USA Athlete / Transgender Activist / Inclusion & Leadership Consultant / Coach & Personal Trainer

Chris Mosier is a trailblazing hall of fame triathlete, All-American duathlete, and a 6-time member of Team USA. In 2015 he became the first known transgender man to represent the United States in international competition, and was the catalyst for change for the International Olympic Committee policy on transgender athletes. He is also a 2x National Champion and the first transgender athlete to compete in the Olympic Trials in any sport in a category different than their sex assigned at birth. 

In 2016, he was sponsored by Nike and featured in his own Nike commercial which debuted on prime time during the Rio Olympics. Chris was the first trans athlete featured in the ESPN Body Issue.

Chris is known as the go-to source for policy and information on transgender people in sport. In 2013, Chris created the site, a resource for students, athletes, coaches, and administrators to find information about trans inclusion in athletics at various levels of play. He has mentored transgender athletes around the globe, from high school and recreational to the professional levels, and helped teams, leagues, and professional sports leagues create gender-inclusive policies.

Angela Rodriguez

VP, Head of Strategy, Alma

Angela has spent nearly 20 years uncovering the interplays of Global, US, and Latinx culture, helping brands succeed with Hispanic and non-Hispanic consumers alike.  

Angela is responsible for leading research, the development of consumer insights and the creation of inspiring creative strategies, and the execution of post-campaign analytics for Alma's roster of brands together with her team of strategists and analysts. 

She also heads up Alma's Culture Lab, an innovation think tank that leads the marketplace in Cultural Curation, Consulting, and Research. Among the brands she currently helps grow by connecting them with consumers in more culturally relevant ways are Pepsi, McDonald's, State Farm, Sprint, Cerveza Sol, Miller Lite, Clorox, Tobacco Free Florida, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Lilly, and PNC Bank.

Alma is an agency of modern culture marketers with diversity and inclusion in its DNA. Currently ranked the 4th most effective agency in the country, Alma has been named multiple times to Ad Age's prestigious A-List and has earned 23 Cannes Lions and 7 Effie Awards, as well as numerous One Show, Clio, ANA, New York Festival awards, etc.

Tim Springer

Accessibility and inclusivity leader and CEO at Level Access

Tim Springer founded Level Access with the vision of creating a world where all digital systems are accessible to people with disabilities. For two decades, Level Access has provided digital accessibility compliance solutions for corporations, government agencies, and leading educational institutions. Tim views access to digital technology as a profound, empowering force in the lives of individuals with disabilities. As CEO of Level Access, he is dedicated to ensuring technology not only meets regulatory standards but supports real-world use by individuals with disabilities. As founder of Level Access, Mr. Springer designed Level Access’s core technology and led the development of InFocus(tm), the industry’s first commercial software for testing Web accessibility.


Mr. Springer advises many large public and private sector organizations on the technical challenges and best practices required to successfully achieve accessibility. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from Stanford University. He was also awarded recognition as Disability Employment Champion of Change by the White House in 2014.