Professional Information

I work for the World Wide Web Consortium, developing ways to make the Web accessible to people with disabilities. I've been involved in Web accessibility since 1995, when I wanted to create an accessible Web site for the University of Denver Disabled Persons' Resources where I worked. After graduate school I was hired at CAST, where I became project manager for Bobby, a Web accessibility evaluation tool. Bobby was sold to Watchfire in 2002, where I worked until 2006 when Watchfire ended development of Bobby.

I hope to add more information here about my professional background, activities, and motivation. Meanwhile, here's my resumé. Note I'm not looking for work right now, just providing this additional view into my professional life.