For over 20 years I have been a leader in making the Web accessible to users with disabilities in roles focused on identifying and finding ways to meet user requirements. I provided important direction and content for WCAG 2.0 and WAI-ARIA 1.0, and have been involved in dozens of other technologies and guidelines. This involves working with globally distributed heterogenous groups of people and ensuring that all perspectives are authentically heard. I use my broad knowledge of technologies and user requirements to perceive potential issues and to create new solutions. My goal is to make emerging technologies accessible to people with disabilities by identifying user experience and technical challenges and developing solutions that move the global technology industry forward in meaningful ways for users in all parts of the world and with any challenges. 

My resumé provides highlights of my experience and skills. My bio provides an overview of my work, and experience and approach describes how I work. I am also starting a series of articles to describe my own engagement with and observations of accessibility. I can be contacted via or on LinkedIn.