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Interview with Beth Rosenberg, Founder of Tech Kids Unlimited

Dec, 12, 2015

The fourth installment of our Accessibility Activists column is an interview with Beth Rosenberg, founder of Tech Kids Unlimited, an educational organization for kids ages 8 to 18 with special needs. When did you first get started in accessibility? As I have a child with a disability, I become active in the world of accessibility around 2008. […]

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Interview with Jonathan Avila, Chief Accessibility Officer

Sep, 9, 2015

The third installment of our Accessibility Activists column is an interview with Jonathan Avila, Chief Accessibility Officer for SSB Bart Group. Avila is also a participant in the WCAG Working Group, and the mobile accessibility task force at the WAI. When did you first get started in accessibility? I worked at a summer family vacation retreat/camp […]

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Interview with Mirabai Knight, Realtime Captioner

Jul, 7, 2015

The second installment of our Accessibility Activists column is an interview with Mirabai Knight, a realtime captioner. Knight is also a contributor to the StenoSpeak for Android project. When did you first get started in accessibility? You could argue that my first entry into accessibility was in third grade, when we were given the assignment to invent something […]

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Interview with Entrepreneur and Accessibility Activist John Kirkwood

Mar, 3, 2015

In our new Accessibility Activists column, Equal Entry will be highlighting  the work of people who set and achieve high standards in digital accessibility. Our first installment is an interview with John Kirkwood from CityMouse, one of New York’s first independent Internet media agencies. When did you first get started in accessibility? Well, accessibility has always been a part of […]