I consult with companies on accessibility strategy; I pitch and build proactive accessibility programs.

I hold IAAP CPACC, a certification only obtained by a few thousand accessibility professionals globally.

At The New York Times, Etsy, and Aetna Digital, I launched and led company-wide accessibility efforts along with new accessibility teams, coaching cross-functional leaders and changing processes to guide product teams towards building products that are accessible, by design.

I have also led teams to modernize systems and strategize on accessibility at Veterans Affairs and Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services.


Reach out if you are interested in hiring me for consulting. I can assess your company's state of accessibility and build a strategy or recommend next steps. I can coach leaders or teams. I can review designs and prototypes for accessibility issues. I can create documentation and training. I can help your teams import and organize their audits.

Contact me about speaking at your company, conference, event, or school – most recently I've spoken at axe-con, Parsons School of Design, Asbury Agile, Ship It 2017, Accessibility Camp NYC, Denver Full Stack Meetup, and RailsConf.