ADS CertificantsCongratulations to those receiving the designation of Accessible Document Specialist (ADS)
- Matt Allen, Deque Systems
- David Berman, David Berman Communications
- Karina Boycheva, Deque Systems
- Dax Castro, Jacobs
- Bevi Chagnon, PubCom.com
- Nancy Chan, Self-employed
- Yohai Cohen, WeCo Solutions
- Shirley Cohen Schwartz, WeCo Solutions
- Alladin Elteira, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- Marinette Fargo, University of Guelph
- Paul Ferrara, APH
- Elizabeth Franklin, CommonLook
- Delphine Gilbert-Laurendeau, Employment and Social Development Canada
- Elizabeth Grant, Tamman Inc.
- Sonja Guice, Forbes Accessibility
- Matisse Hamel-Nelis, CNIB
- Jennifer Hurst, WeCo Accessibility Services
- Avery Hymel, CommonLook
- Vijay Rajendra Prasad Jaladi, HCL
- Tarveen Kaur, Magic EdTech
- Ashok Kumar, Magic EdTech
- Himanshu Kumar, Magic EdTech
- Patrick Kurtz, AudioEye
- Roch Lambert, Government of Canada (ESDC)
- Donna Lettow, State of Maryland, Division of Rehabilitation Services
- Tiffany Lippy, Booz Allen Hamilton
- Jennifer Lorenzen, Bixal
- Hadley Luker, Level Access
- Karen McCall, Carlen Communications
- Thomas McCarthy, Prudential
- Juliette McShane, Access2Online
- Sean Mills, Prudential Financial Ltd.
- Aoife Murphy, Pramerica
- Rosemarie Musachio, Ruh Global Impact
- Susan Paré, Susan Paré Eformatting Services
- Moniqa Paullet, Istation
- Susi Quinn, Home Office UK
- Paul Rayius, CommonLook
- Julie Romanowski, State Farm
- Sheena Salmon, DiscoverTec
- Josephine Schwebler, CPS-IT GmbH/familie redlich
- Prashant Shukla, Magic EdTech
- Damian Sian, Prudential
- Jagdish Singh, Magic EdTech
- Valorie Sundby, Optum
- Martina Svyantek, University of Virginia
- Jason Theodorou, Department for Transport (DfT)
- Elizabeth Thomas, New Jersey Department of Education
- Kathryn Weber-Hottleman, University of Connecticut
- Michael J. Young, Government of Ontario
- Rebecca Zmarzly, Poly
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