WAS Certificants

WAS Certificants

Congratulations to the new members of the Web Accessibility Specialist (WAS) community.

Rahim Abdi, The Ohio State University
Douglas Abrams, UPS
Sumeet Agrawal, Tata Consultancy Services
Mounika Reddy Allam, AudioEye, Inc.
Jason Ament, JPMorgan Chase
CB Averitt, Deque Systems, Inc.
Talyah Aviran, Self Employed
Chetan Bakhru, JPMorgan Chase
Christopher Baughman, Red Privet, LLC
James Baverstock, AbilityNet
Mary Bellard, Microsoft
David Berman, David Berman Communications
Parker Bettis, AudioEye, Inc.
Matthew Blake, AMAC Accessibility
Paul Bohman, Deque Systems, Inc.
Peter Bossley, The Ohio State University
Guerman Botten, AbilityNet
Joe Burkhart, AT&T
David Caldwell, Barclays
Maria del Rocio Calvo Martin, AbilityNet
Jing Cao, New York City Department of Transportation
Miranda Capra, BB&T
Andreas Cederbom, Funka
Srinivasu Chakravarthula, Informatica
Joe Chidzik, AbilityNet
Mir Asadur Chowdhury, Bank of America
Raphael Clegg-Vinell, AbilityNet
Suman Damera, Deque Systems, Inc.
Jennie Delisi, State of Minnesota - Minnesota IT Services (MNIT)
Eamon Doyle, Net Potential
Sandra Eriksson, Funka
Donald Evans, Wells Fargo
Adam Finkelstein, AudioEye, Inc
David Fourney
Daniel Frank, Wells Fargo Bank, NA
David Rodriguez Fuentes, Accenture
Craig (Akira) Fujita, Perkins School for the Blind
Vivek Gaikwad, Tigerspike FZ LLC
Alejandro Garcia Alfonzo, City of Ottawa
Caitlin Geier, Deque Systems
Maria Genitempo, City National Bank
Raghavendra Giriyappa, IBM India Pvt Ltd
Emanuela Gorla, Barclays
Birkir Gunnarsson, BB&T
Katie Haritos-Shea, Deque Systems, Inc.
Scott Harris, Snap Inc.
Mary Heid, University of Nevada, Reno
Karen Herr, Karsun Solutions
Dan Holbrook, The Nerdery
Taiysha Hobbs, Accenture
Curt Holst, Barclays
Imtiaz Hossain, Bank of America
Jonathan Howarth, BB&T
Joe Humbert, Interactive Accessibility
Vijay Rajendra Prasad Jaladi, NTT Data
Trevor Jones, AudioEye, Inc.
Tracy Jordan, Bank of America
Harish Kalaga, AudioEye,Inc.
Ananya Kassahun, AT&T
Jeremy Katherman, USAA
Chris Keroack, Equal Entry, LLC
Cory Klatik, Microsoft
Jessica Korkue, Advance Media NY
Namrata Kotha, Ipivot LLC
Sathish Kumar, Deque Systems, Inc.
Ugurcan Kutluoglu, Scribd Inc.
Miriam Lannes, AudioEye, Inc.
Adi Latif, AbilityNet
Jamie Layne, Marketnology
Dennis Lembree, Deque Systems, Inc.
Nick Lemmon, BB&T
Thomas Logan, Equal Entry LLC
Christopher Loiselle, Perkins School for the Blind
Emiluz Lopez, CollegeNET
Victor Loux, AbilityNet
John Lukosky, iSoftStone, Inc.
Kathy Marks, Arizona State University
Shane Martin, Level Access
Jonee Meiser, Deque Systems, Inc.
Neil Milliken, Atos
Priyabrata Mishra, Bank of America
Rosemary Musachio, Ruh Global
Jay Nemchik, Elsevier
Radek Pavlicek, Masaryk University
Raghavendra Satish Peri, Deque Systems, Inc.
Melanie Philipp, Deque Systems, Inc.
Lewis Phillips, AT&T
Md Rahman, CVS Health
Kameshwari Rao, Wipro Technologies
Alex Reany, AudioEye
Louis Reed, Southwest Airlines
Bryce Roberts, Emory University
Julie Romanowski, State Farm
Marla Runyan, Athletes With Disabilities Manager at Boston Athletic Association
James Sadler, AudioEye, Inc.
Steven Sawczyn, Deque Systems, Inc.
Daniel Schipul, Purchase College State University of New York
Damian Sian, Princeton University
Tom Siechert, California State University Fresno
Zach Sigal, A-2-Z
Janos Sitar, Central 1 Credit Union
Reinhard Stebner
Ramakrishnan Subramanian, IBM India Pvt Ltd
Valorie Sundby
Károly Szántai, Self-employed
Azra Tayyebi Allikko
Anoosha Reddy Terala, Deque Software Private Ltd.
Mathieu Thériault, Ciao Technologies
Kenneth Thompson, AMAC Accessibility
Tom Timonte, The Vanguard Group
Sandeep Tirumangalam, Deque Systems
Natalie PatriceTucker
Makoto Ueki, Infoaxia, Inc.
David Watson, Stevens Institute of Technology
Kim Wee, State of Minnesota - Minnesota IT Services (MNIT)
Masao Yomoda, Fuji Xerox

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