03 Sep 2013

On August 29, all eyes were turned to Washington, DC as our nation collectively commemorated the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington. In his stirring remarks, President Obama shared the path that the marchers had walked to Washington, advocating for change in a non-violent way. And he made a point that resonated particularly […]

31 Jul 2013

The Indianapolis-Marion County City-County Council recently approved a proposal to create more entrepreneurship opportunities for people with disabilities. Led by Council President Maggie Lewis and Vice President John Barth, the Council unanimously agreed to include the Disability Enterprise Category to the city’s contracting program. Within days, Mayor Greg Ballard signed it into law.    This […]

02 Jul 2013

The struggle for economic equality has always been difficult for Americans relegated to the second tier of our economy based upon the bias of our political leaders and yes, their constituents. Yet, as always is celebrated this time of year, the great American experiment continues to demand that all men are created equal. On June […]

08 May 2013

  The Fehribach Award winners pause for a photo following the awards ceremony.  (Left to right:  Sifat Baig, Frances Janovitz, Megan Miller, Andrew Neylon, Yaw Owusu-Akyaw, Mary Beth Fehribach, and Greg Fehribach.)   Mary Beth and I were privileged to present the 2013 Fehribach Awards to five exceptional students with disabilities at Ball State University. These […]

23 Apr 2013

Yesterday, the Indianapolis-Marion County City-County Council approved a proposal to create more entrepreneurship opportunities for people with disabilities.  In a bipartisan vote, the Councillors unanimously approved the inclusion of the Disability Business Enterprise category to the city’s contracting program.  Under the new DBE, people with disabilities who own businesses will have the opportunity to join […]

19 Apr 2013

Greg Fehribach with Rep. Carson and Mrs. Kim Hood Jacobs at the 32nd Annual Bowen Institute on Political Participation, April 6, 2013 Recently, I had the opportunity to participate in Ball State University’s 32ndAnnual Bowen Institute on Political Participation. It was an honor and a privilege to be a presenter for the Institute where U.S. Rep. […]

25 Mar 2013

During the course of my 27 years as an attorney and a consultant on accessibility initiatives, I have had the honor and privilege of working on a number of projects that impact the lives of countless Hoosiers.  Our cities and towns often are at the heart of accessibility initiatives.  Yet, for communities, particularly those that […]