Equal Entry audits technology and produces multimedia training materials to increase education around equal access to information for people with disabilities.
Our mission is to encourage more equitable access to information by raising awareness about the work in this field.
Thomas Logan has spent the past fifteen years assisting organizations to create technology solutions that work for people with disabilities. Over his career Logan has worked on project deliverables for numerous federal, state, and local government agencies as well as private organizations from startups to Fortune 500s.
James Herndon has over ten years of writing and testing experience that spans technical, creative, and other media domains. As an accessibility consultant, Herndon has written and delivered on-site training for organizations in both public and private sectors.
Chris Keroack brings twenty years of software testing experience to Equal Entry, with over fifteen years in the accessibility field and a decade of project management. Chris holds a B.A. in Communications from Hampshire College. He lives in the Seattle area with his wife and two children.
Elise Cooper brings over twenty years experience in sales, customer advocacy/customer satisfaction, and operations in the field of technology. In her current role, Elise’s responsibilities are developing and maintaining successful client business relationships; conducting market research as well as work closely with all team members.
Sam Berman has two years of experience as an educator and advocate for people with disabilities and the aging community teaching computer literacy. In the spring of 2016 he attended a web development bootcamp at the New York Code & Design Academy with the hopes of combining his passions for technology and advocacy into a career. As a consultant for Equal Entry he taps into these experiences to make the web easier to use for people with disabilities.
Sofia Gallo graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Politics in 2017. She has used screen reader technology for multiple years and is passionate about learning to use new technology, increasing accessibility of applications and websites (especially mainstream commercial products), and using technology to remove barriers to independence for people with disabilities. She lives with her guide dog and best friend, a black lab named Karleen.
Kos Plakhotia is a web developer who created his first web page decade ago, when there was no Twitter to write to about that great event. Currently, he is helping the Equal Entry team to build tools and web apps using best practices and integrations with different external APIs.