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Representation matters.

The Makers Museum is a digital advocacy campaign that aims to preserve, amplify, and advance the global contributions of disabled makers.

Meet Our Makers
Featured Campaign

MAKERS Stories

Our inaugural event series featured a global lineup of disabled tech entrepreneurs - from San Francisco to Denmark to Nigeria.

Inclusion matters.

Hack Equity is a data-driven program that promotes design of inclusive environments for exploration, collaboration, and innovation.

Our Focus Areas
Areas of Interest

Who We Work With

We partner with creative spaces that aim to build more inclusive, innovative and socially impactful programs.

Hackathons and Makeathons

Events that bring together creative minds to address unmet needs in the community.

Labs and Makerspaces

Environments that encourage people to explore, interact, design, experiment, and invent.

Accelerators and Incubators

Programs that guide innovative startup companies through ideation, development, and growth.

Are you interested in working with us, but not sure if your organization a good fit?

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A South Asian woman in her wheelchair takes notes by hand during a meeting.
A diverse group of woman with notepads and a laptop collaborating on a project.


We work with hackathons, makerspaces, and accelerators to expand their outreach, as well as identify and address barriers that prevent disabled creatives from fully engaging in their space and programs. Due to COVID-19, we are not currently accepting applications for new consulting partners.

Previous Partner

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