CPWA Certificants

CPWA Certificants

Congratulations to those receiving the designation of Certified Professional in Web Accessibility (CPWA)

 

 

A-D

  • Rahim Abdi, The Ohio State University
  • Kevin Ackley, Nationwide
  • Allyn Alford, Plydge Accessible 
  • Imran Ahmed, Charter Communications
  • Jason Ament, Accessibility Maker
  • CB Averitt, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Jonathan Avila, Level Access
  • Talyah Aviran, Self Employed
  • Chetan Bakhru, JPMorgan Chase
  • Pavan Bandarupally, Thoughtworks
  • James Baverstock, AbilityNet
  • Mary Bellard, Microsoft
  • David Berman, David Berman Communications
  • Parker Bettis, AudioEye, Inc.
  • Sushil Bhujbal, Verizon Wireless
  • Sara Boback, Government of Ontario
  • Paul Bohman, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Joseph Bond, BB&T
  • Peter Bossley, The Ohio State University
  • Guerman Botten, AbilityNet
  • Denis Boudreau, Deque Systems
  • Karina Boycheva, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Glenn Bradford
  • Joe Burkhart, AT&T
  • Heather Burns, Self Employed
  • David Caldwell, Barclays
  • Maria del Rocio Calvo Martin, AbilityNet
  • Ray Campbell, United Airlines
  • Miranda Capra, BB&T
  • Joe Chidzik, AbilityNet
  • Samuel Chou, Level Access
  • Mir Asadur Chowdhury, Bank of America
  • Victoria Clark, Self-employed
  • Raphael Clegg-Vinell, AbilityNet
  • Jamaar Cormier, Microassist, Inc.
  • Carolina Crespo, Radio Canada
  • Ashley Cwikla, Harvard University
  • Suman Damera, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Peter DeCourcy, Sheridan College
  • Aimee Degnan, Hook 42
  • Jennie Delisi, State of Minnesota - Minnesota IT Services (MNIT)
  • William Dempsey, Northeastern University
  • Phuc Duong, City of Ottawa

E-K

  • Alladin Elteira, Abilitynet
  • Sandra Eriksson, Funka Nu AB
  • Donald Evans, Wells Fargo
  • Mike Evett, Artemis Consulting
  • Michael Fairchild, University of Nebraska
  • Rehab Fathi
  • Anthony Fernando, Pearson
  • Adam Finkelstein, AudioEye, Inc.
  • Carie Fisher, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • David Fourney
  • Daniel Frank, Wells Fargo Bank, NA
  • David Rodriguez Fuentes, Accenture
  • Craig (Akira) Fujita, Perkins School for the Blind
  • Vivek Gaikwad, Tigerspike
  • Alejandro Garcia Alfonzo, City of Ottawa
  • Ankush Garg, QA InfoTech Pvt. Ltd.
  • Greg Gay, Ryerson University
  • Caitlin Geier, Deque Systems
  • Emanuela Gorla, Barclays
  • Jacob Grady, BB&T
  • Jon Gunderson, University of Illinois
  • Birkir Gunnarsson, BB&T
  • Nooh Al Hadidi, Charter Communications
  • Malin Hammarberg, HiQ Göteborg AB
  • Michael Harris, Yale University
  • Katie Haritos-Shea, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Scott Harris, Snap Inc.
  • Mary Heid, University of Nevada, Reno
  • Dafydd Henke-Reed, AbilityNet
  • Jason Hester, AT&T
  • Susan Hewitt, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Curt Holst, Barclays
  • Imtiaz Hossain, Bank of America
  • Jonathan Howarth, BB&T
  • Joe Humbert, Interactive Accessibility
  • Wilfred Ilagan, TVO
  • Gautam Jain, Level Access
  • Vijay Rajendra Prasad Jaladi
  • Mitchell Jones
  • Tracy Jordan, Bank of America
  • Cindy Jouper, Educational Service District 113
  • Cody Kaiser, AudioEye
  • Seth Kane, Foot Locker, Inc.
  • Ananya Kassahun, AT&T
  • Jeremy Katherman, USAA
  • Chris Keroack, Equal Entry, LLC
  • Steve Kerr, Skerrvy Inc.
  • Gouri Khanvilkar, Level Access
  • Cory Klatik, Microsoft
  • Zachary Kline, Skills Inc.
  • Jessica Korkue, Advance Media NY
  • Sathish Kumar, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Ugurcan Kutluoglu, Scribd Inc.

L-R

  • Christopher Land, Deque Systems
  • Joanne Lastort, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Adi Latif, AbilityNet
  • Jamie Layne, Marteknology
  • Daniela Leder, Self-employed
  • Dennis Lembree, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Amy Li, Level Access
  • Todd Liebsch, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Nathan Lilly, Comcast
  • Beth Linnetz, Primacy
  • Thomas Logan, Equal Entry LLC
  • Emiluz Lopez, CollegeNET
  • Victor Loux, AbilityNet
  • Naveesha Maharaj, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Shane Martin, Level Access
  • Melissa Martinez, Level Access
  • Jonee Meiser, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Rain Michaels, SunRain Productions
  • Priyabrata Mishra, Bank of America
  • Tyrone Mitchell, Primacy
  • Sean Murphy, Cisco Systems
  • Rosemary Musachio, Ruh Global
  • Tim Offenstein, University of Illinois
  • Clare O'Keeffe, Level Access
  • Erin Olmon, Freelance Consultant
  • Kathleen Osterwise, West Corporation
  • Satya Jaya Aparna Pasi, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Daniel Payne
  • Radek Pavlicek, Masaryk University
  • Raghavendra Satish Peri, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Melanie Philipp, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Lewis Phillips, AT&T
  • Usha Devi Pitchandi
  • Md Rahman, CVS Health
  • Gautam Rao, EY
  • Bryce Roberts, Emory University
  • Julie Romanowski, State Farm
  • Marla Runyan, Athletes With Disabilities Manager at Boston Athletic Association

S-Z

  • James Sadler, AudioEye, Inc.
  • Chandan Samal, Level Access
  • Steven Sawczyn, Deque Systems
  • Shou-Ching Schilling, Microsoft
  • Joel Seely, BB&T
  • Truptiben Shingala, Level Access
  • Damian Sian, Princeton University
  • Tom Siechert, California State University Fresno
  • Glenda Sims, Deque Systems, Inc.
  • Janos Sitar, Central 1 Credit Union
  • Ajay Sohal, Mobikasa Pvt. Ltd.
  • Kaitlin Stahl
  • Reinhard Stebner
  • Mark Stevens, Vanguard
  • Poornima Subramanian, Princess Cruises
  • Valorie Sundby
  • Kyra Sweeney, Unison Systems
  • Jeremy Sydik, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Mark Tanner, Self Employed
  • Rajath Tirumangalam, Target Corporation
  • Sandeep Tirumangalam, Deque Systems
  • Perry Trinier, Fable Tech Labs, Inc.
  • Katherine Tucker, WSECU
  • Kirby Tucker, Microassist, Inc.
  • Natalie Patrice Tucker
  • Makoto Ueki, Infoaxia, Inc.
  • Jatin Vaishnav, Deque Systems
  • Soheil Varamini, Microassist
  • Glen Walker, Self Employed
  • Elizabeth Waschak, Biola University
  • David Watson, Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Kim Wee, State of Minnesota - Minnesota IT Services (MNIT)
  • Kelly Wills, Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
  • Masao Yomoda, Fuji Xerox
  • Liheng Zhu, BB&T
  • Gottfried Zimmermann, Stuttgart Media University

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