An initiative of the Michigan Diversity Education Center 

Breaking Down Barriers
to Employment​

The Michigan Disability Advisory Committee (MDAC) is an alliance of committed partners who are working hard to break-down the barriers that exists for persons with a disability.  

Our mission is to ensure that all persons with disabilities are treated with respect and have full access to gainful and equitable employment.
MDAC understands that disabilities come in many different forms.  Everyone is welcomed at the table and we celebrate and embrace our many differences.  

If you have a disability and are having trouble finding gainful employment or if you are an employer who is looking for qualified talent, please contact us today.
MDAC brings together a coalition of statewide partners who represent the disability community from the private, public and nonprofit sectors.  
To learn more about the great community stakeholders who serve on the MiDEC Committee, please visit our MDAC Leadership page.
MDAC was created in the Fall of 2016, when a group of concerned indviduals came together to discuss the barriers that exists for persons with a disability when searching and securing gainful employment.

​The MDAC Committee is dedicated to Empowering, Educating and Advocating for all persons with a disability.  


​Empower and enable persons with disabilities to gainful employment by preparing employers and employees for mutual success.

We envision a welcoming and affirming community with more inclusive hiring practices which remove barriers to entry for persons with disabilities.

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Core Values  
Connecting abilities and purpose & Empowering the ability in disability.

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