All access ERG


The Berkeley Lab Disability Inclusion ERG, All Access, advocates for a more accessible laboratory in design, in spirit and in operation. We work to create a welcoming and supportive environment for all employees and visitors and to serve as an information source for applicants, recruiters, managers and staff who have questions about disabilities, support and accommodations. 

In this way, we seek to increase understanding and appreciation for individuals with disabilities, whether visible or not. We see ourselves as part of a larger effort to build a more inclusive and respectful community, knowing that when improvements are made to help one group, everyone benefits.

We will do this through such actions as:

ADA 30th Anniversary Week of Action - 2020

This month—July 26, to be exact—marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the landmark civil rights legislation that works to increase access and opportunity for people with disabilities across community life, including employment. The All Access Employee Resource Group has planned a Week of Action to raise awareness about disability inclusion and equality. 

Click here for the full schedule of events.

2022 Accomplishments 


Past News & Events

Member Highlight

Three Questions For Kelsey Miller

Kelsey Miller started at the Lab in June 2021 and today is the program administrator for the Human and Animal Regulatory Committee (HARC) office. As part of HARC, she manages the 11-member Human Subjects Committee, which reviews all research involving human subjects or human tissue. Read the Q&A

Erin Scharfstein announced as new Co-Chair

Erin Scharfstein joins Emalynn Manito as Co-Chair of the All Access ERG. Read more about Erin Scharfstein here.

Steering Committee


Executive Sponsors

Contact Information