When did you first get started in accessibility?
In 2002 at the University of North Carolina when I worked with a graduate student who was blind who needed access to map information for research.
Where are you located?
Why did you choose to work for Equal Entry?
After having worked over a decade in the industry as a consultant, I wanted to run a company following the principles I believe in.
What unique skill do you bring to Equal Entry?
My enthusiasm for exploring new technologies and understanding and interpreting the accessibility best practices for them.
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What is a major accessibility barrier you would like to see solved?
Consistent support for alternative input mechanisms across technologies. Modern technologies should support speech, keyboard, mouse, and touch.