Dr. Olivia Raynor is the Director of the National Arts and Disability Center, a resource, information, and training center dedicated to promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities into the media-, literary-, visual-, and performing arts communities. The Center provides technical assistance and information to artists with disabilities and the arts community in the area of audience development, as well as policies and procedures that promote the hiring, exhibition, and presentation of performances by artists with disabilities. Her work involves networking with an array of arts professionals, as well as emerging and established artists with disabilities. Networking and resource development are what The Center does on a daily basis. In addition, The Center will be holding a public Arts and Accessibility Conference online starting in July.