The GLC has created the following committees, which are made up of subject matter experts who are committed to promoting and improving the accessibility profession globally through certification, education and networking in order to enable the creation of accessible products, content and services.
Marketing and Communications Committee
Competencies Development and Recommendation (CDR) Committee
Individual Professional Development Committee
Organizational Development Committee
Marketing and Communications Committee Members:
Ty D’Amore (Chair), David Berman, Helen Chamberlain, Pina D’Intino, Susan Hewitt, Kevin Hower, Christopher Lee, Christine Loew, Eduardo Meza-Etienne, Rachel Paul, Mary Rainier-Skala, Rob Sinclair, Mark Walker
The Certification Committee shall be responsible for overseeing the IAAP certification program, policies and activities and for monitoring compliance with all applicable regulations and accreditation requirements.
Certification Committee Members:
Nicole Bergstrom, Sheri Byrne-Haber, Jay Cardinali, Suman Damera, Eric Hind, JoAnne Juett, Susanna Laurin, Nigel Lewis, David MacDonald, Ken Nakatata, Laura Renfro, Valorie Sundby, Christian Vinten-Johansen
The CDR Committee shall 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. The BOK document outlines the knowledge and skills expected of candidates seeking to obtain the Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) credential or the Web Accessibility Specialist (WAS) credential. Sub-groups within this committee will be formed for each exam area (CPACC, WAS, other) to assist in the BOK, exam question writing, and exam review.
CDR Committee Members:
Mary Albert, CB Averitt, Michelle Baldwin, David Berman, Paul Bohman, Sheri Byrne-Haber, Sambhavi Chandrashekar, Siddhant Chothe, Elizabeth Crutchfield, Jennie Delisi, Pina D'Intino, Katie Haritos-Shea, Lydia Harkey, Allen Hoffman, Joseph Karschnik, Stephen Marositz, Rosemary Musachio, Ron Rateau, Paul Rayius, Laura Renfro, Damian Sian, Glenda Sims, Amita Singh, Stacy Straczynski, Valorie Sundby, Dawn Watkins, Kimberly Wee, Gottfried Zimmermann
Determine slate of candidates for IAAP Global Leadership Council annual election.
- Review applications for IAAP's Global Leadership Council
- Interview candidates for Global Leadership Council
- Vet candidates for Global Leadership Council slate
Develop and implement professional development framework for individuals working in accessibility.
- Determine educational content for IAAP's webinar program
- Discuss core competencies currently being developed across specific domains
Individual Professional Development Committee Members:
Crystal Baker (Chair), Paul Bohman, Heather Burns, Jay Cardinali, Helen Chamberlain, Josh Christianson, Pina D’Intino, Angel Harlins, Brad Held, Ann Junker, Chris Law, Christine Loew, Tracy McMahon, Aparna Pasi, Dan Schipul, Sandeep Triumangalam, Christian Vinten-Johansen
Content Committee:The Content Committee is a subset of the Individual Professional Development Committee and assist in the selection of the topics for the IAAP Tracks at the M-Enabling Summit.
Develop resources and programs for organizations, corporations, and government entities to grow accessibility strategy.
- Share best practices and discuss business case for accessibility
- Gather, create, and vet documents to curate a resource library housed on IAAP's website
Organizational Development Committee Members:
Donna Bungard, Heather Burns, Pina D’Intino, Brad Held, Klaus Hoeckner, Curt Holst, James Jackson, Elianna James, Tracy Jordan, Chris Law, Aparna Pasi, Mary Rainer-Skala (Chair), Julie Romanowski (Secretary), Dan Schipul, Joy Scott, Rob Sinclair, Paul Smyth, Valorie Sundby, Mark Weiler, Margaret Williams, David Wysocki
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