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.
IAAP 2019 Global Leadership Council
Description of above image: Top row, Jay Cardinali, Chair, Worldwide Accessibility Manager, Walt Disney Parks, and Resorts; Pina D'Intino, Secretary, Senior Manager, Enabling Solutions, Aequum Consulting; and Susanna Laurin, Vice Chair and EU Liaison, Chief Research and Innovation Officer at Funka. Elected Council: Jon Avila*, Chief Accessibility Officer at Level Access; David Berman, CPWA, RGD, Inclusive Designer, David Berman Communications; Mike Ellis*, Global Vice President of Accessibility at Sprint. Second row: Daniel Frank, Vice President, Operational Risk Consultant, Wells Fargo Bank, NA; Klaus Hoeckner*, Managing Director of the Austrian Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired; Steven Lewis*, Manager, Legal Counsel at Capital One; Mark McCusker, CEO, Texthelp: Sean Murphy*, Accessibility Software Engineer at Cisco System Australia; Mary Rainer-Skala, Principal, Rainer-Skala Consulting. Row three: Ram Ramachandran, Director of Accessibility Technology and Innovation, IBM Research; Glenda Sims, Director, Accessibility Practice, Deque Systems; Rob Sinclair, Chair Emeritus; Jay Wyant, Chief Information Accessibility Officer, Office of Accessibility, State of Minnesota; Christopher Lee, IAAP Managing Director; and Axel Leblois, Chief Executive Officer, G3ict.
*Denotes new 2019 GLC members.
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