Tari Hartman Squire

Tari Hartman Squire's EIN SOF Communications, Inc. is a leading strategic marketing, promotion, market research, accessible events, and PR firm specializing in disability, diversity and public policy with unique ties to media; corporations; disability organizations; federal agencies; foundations; universities; and the entertainment industry. She received the Media Access Visionary Award for 25 years leadership in building groundbreaking collaborations with the entertainment industry and disability community.

Squire is a strategic marketing/communications consultant for UCLA Anderson School of Management Leadership Institute for Managers with Disabilities; U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Policy (ODEP) National Disability Listening Tour; Lights! Camera! Access! co-sponsored by the Diversity Committee of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences; NBC Universal's "What Can WE Do?" disability awareness, resume review and speed interviewing event; and Sector Summits for Health Care and Financial Services; California State University Systems Chancellor-initiated Accessible Technology Initiative; and The National Network of ADA Center's Hospitality Initiative. Squire produced and promoted accessible events for the Media Access Office of the California Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities; Alliance for Technology Access; Senator Dole's Foundation on Employment of People with Disabilities; NSCIA; Television Academy; AT&T; Mattel/Toys "R" Us; Miramax Films; Orion Television/CBS; and ODEP; among other corporations and non-profits. She designed and produced the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act/Disability Mentoring Day at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum and designed and activated a multi-year project for The HSC Foundation on work transitions for youth with disabilities that included development of an Advisory Committee, Summit and environmental scan.