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In·ter·sec·tion·al·i·ty: The Pieces of ME

October 18, 2022 9:00 am until 1:00 pm

Join us to learn more about intersectionality and disability, how our identities interact to impact our lived experiences, and why this matters.

ASL and Spanish interpretation provided

$10/person registration fee

Registration deadline October 14th

Scholarships are available to cover registration fee. Please contact us at 585-224-7248 or events@starbridgeinc.org to request scholarship before registering.

Keynote SpeakerKeith Jones

Keith Jones is the President and CEO of SoulTouchin’ Experiences. An African American community activist and entrepreneur with cerebral palsy, and a strong advocate for independent quality living in the community, Mr. Jones has participated actively in various issues that face people with disabilities, from housing to education to voting access.

Mr. Jones has been recognized for his emerging leadership by the state of Massachusetts and President's Commission for Employment for People with Disabilities. Also, Mr. Jones received the Disability Law Center’s 2011 Individual Leadership Award.


Stacey L. Schuyler is a native and current resident of Rochester, NY. She has worked as a Paraprofessional with the Rochester City School District for 21 years and has worked with various community organizations. Awareness, rights, advocacy for the disabled community at all age levels—all are passions for her. She is a FIRM believer that everyone deserves humanity, compassion, dignity, and OPPORTUNITIES!

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Speaker and Co-Host

Jeiri Flores is a strong, passionate Puerto Rican disability rights activist from Rochester, NY. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology and African-American Studies at SUNY Brockport. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Human Development at the University of Rochester. As a disability advocate, Jeiri shares her unique perspective at various colleges and conferences, where she introduces attendees to the struggles and invisibility people with disabilities face.

Graphic Recorder

InkyBrittany is a Graphic Recorder and Facilitator based in her hometown of Savannah, Georgia. In 2012, Brittany attended a workshop at the Toronto Summer Institute for Inclusion, where she learned about graphic recording: the use of large-scale visual imagery to communicate and help lead groups and individuals through a learning process.

Christina Eisenberg


Christina Eisenberg

Director of Employment Equity at Starbridge


Born and raised in Monticello, NY, faith and love have been the guiding principles of Sabrina Smith’s life. Her professional tenure is one of human service in all aspects of health and well-being. Sabrina serves and volunteers throughout her community, lending her time, talent and resources to whoever needs it. Sabrina completed her Master’s in Public Administration in 2018 and is exploring her options to complete her doctoral degree. She is currently employed as the Health Disparities Coordinator for Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY. Sabrina continues to develop strong relationships and look for the good in people, and she makes sure no one is left behind.

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Intersectionality by Sylvia Duckworth

Starbridge is a nonprofit based in Rochester, NY, and partners with people who have disabilities and their families to achieve success in education, employment, and healthy living. Since our founding more than 60 years ago, we have partnered with and fought for the rights of people with disabilities to have full access to the ideals set forth in the Declaration of Independence: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all.

Disability intersects with every identity, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, age, creed, sexuality or religion. Diversity and Inclusion and Equity are core values to our organization. We are committed to ensuring that we are welcoming to people of all identities and we strive to ensure fairness and justice in all matters.