The following committees are made up of subject matter experts and IAAP members committed to promoting and improving the accessibility profession.
Marketing and Communications Committee
Organizational Professional Development Committee
Competencies Development and Recommendation (CDR) Committee
Chair: Susanna Laurin, Chief Research and Innovation Officer, Funka
- Review applications for IAAP's Global Leadership Council
- Interview candidates for Global Leadership Council
- Vet candidates for Global Leadership Council slate
The mission of the OPDC is to support the IAAP team in the development, implementation, and promotion of IAAP programs and services impacting organizations and individuals engaged in accessibility, diversity, and inclusion. The OPDC support includes subject matter expertise in creating, vetting, evaluating, testing, and sharing of accessibility best practices.
Chair: Ty D'Amore, Vice President Of Strategic Partnerships, AudioEye
Chair: Crystal Baker, Lead Compliance Analyst, AT&T
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The mission of the CDR Committee is to oversee the creation of IAAP’s materials to support IAAP’s Certification including the development of the Body of Knowledge (BOK) needed for each Certification exam.
Co-Chair: Lydia Harkey, IT Accessibility Director, Texas A & M - Commerce
Co-Chair: Paul Rayius, Director of Training, CommonLook
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