Leadership

IAAP Global Leadership Council

The IAAP has a volunteer leadership council to provide governance for the association. This group of accessibility professionals is working to lay the foundation for a robust membership-driven organization.

Members of the IAAP Global Leadership Council include:

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Jay Cardinali, Worldwide Accessibility Manager, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts
Chair, Global Leadership Council


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Susanna Laurin, CEO, Funka Nu AB, Vice Chair, Global Leadership Council, IAAP Representative to the EU

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Pina D'Intino, Senior Manager, Enabling Solutions and Support Management, Aequum Consulting, Secretary, Global Leadership Council

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Rob Sinclair, IAAP Global Leadership Council, Chair Emeritus

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David Berman, CPWA, RGD, Inclusive Designer, David Berman Communications

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Daniel Frank, Vice President, Operational Risk Consultant, Wells Fargo Bank, NA


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Christopher Lee, Senior Consultant, The CML Group


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Mark McCusker, CEO, Texthelp


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Ken Nakata, Director, Accessibility Consulting Practice, Cryptzone


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Ram Ramachandran, Director of Accessibility Technology and Innovation, IBM Research


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Glenda Sims, Director, Accessibility Practice, Deque Systems


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Mary Jean Smith, Vice President of Business Development, Level Access


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Jay Wyant, Chief Information Accessibility Officer, Office of Accessibility, State of Minnesota

 

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Axel Leblois, Chief Executive Officer, G3ict


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Sharon Spencer, Managing Director, IAAP - a Division of G3ict




 

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