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June Isaacson Kailes

June Isaacson Kailes is a consultant and disability rights advocate. Respected and recognized nationally and internationally, she is one of the original national leaders in the Independent Living Movement. June has operated a consulting practice since 1978. She works locally, nationally and internationally as a consultant, writer and trainer. She consults for and trains businesses, universities, state associations, government entities, centers for independent living and other not-for-profit organizations.

June is also an Adjunct Associate Professor and the Associate Director of the Center for Disability Issues and the Health Professions at the Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, California.  She serves on many national committees and boards, including the Institutes of Medicines’ Committee on Disability in America and SBC’s Telecommunication Citizens Advisory Panel.  June is the recipient of many honors and awards and has published widely on disability-related topics including numerous articles, book chapters, monographs and training manuals.

June spent eight years as Executive Director of the Westside Center for Independent Living (WCIL) in Los Angeles.  Prior to WCIL, she worked as a psychiatric social worker at Olive View Community Mental Health Center, and as a medical social worker at Rancho Los Amigos Medical Center in Los Angeles. June earned a Masters degree in Social Work from USC and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Hofstra University.


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