Welcome

At Relativity, we’re committed to creating a welcoming, safe, and inclusive community for everyone.

Inclusion: Accessibility

Accessibility

The Hilton Chicago is ADA friendly, and you can denote any special accommodations you might need when you register. If you have questions about accessibility in the hotel or around the city, please reach out to us.

All-Gender Restrooms

All-Gender Restrooms

In addition to men’s and women’s restrooms, the hotel has single-occupancy restrooms for all genders. Check the mobile app closer to the conference for a map of where they are.

Quiet Room

Quiet Room

Need a quiet space for prayer or meditation? We have a multifaith room available to all attendees on the third floor.

Special Meals

Special Meals

When you register for Relativity Fest, you’ll have the opportunity to tell us about any and all dietary restrictions, from allergies to Kosher and Halal. We’ll make sure you won’t go hungry. If you have questions, please feel free to reach out.

Nursing Parents' Room

Nursing Parents’ Room

Don’t stress about where to pump. We have a private parents’ room, complete with water, snacks, and a mini-fridge. You can ask for the key at the registration desk.

Networking Events

Related Networking

A few of our internal Inclusion & Diversity resource groups host networking events throughout the week. More info will be available in the session catalog.

Inclusion & Diversity Sessions

I&D Sessions

Make inclusion and diversity part of your learning path at Relativity Fest. Check out the session catalog for the guest speakers, breakouts, and luncheons that are bringing the topic of I&D to the forefront.

Code of Conduct

Our Code of Conduct provides a clear set of guidelines and expectations for everyone at Relativity Fest. The code applies to all attendees, Relativity team members, speakers, sponsors, volunteers, and other participants.

What Are We Missing?

Relativity Fest is about transformative ideas and new perspectives. But to foster those groundbreaking conversations, we need an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcome and respected. Have an idea for how we can make Relativity Fest more inclusive? We’re all ears.