Accessibility Certified Staff

Kudos to Princeton staff who have earned professional certification in accessibility through the International Association of Accessibility Professionals, and to those who have passed Princeton's own IT accessibility testing exam.

The University's accessibility certification training programs develop staff awareness and competence in disability and accessibility so that IT and campus resources become increasingly accessible and welcoming to people with disabilities.

Staff who earn certification become part of Princeton's community of disability allies, and have regular opportunities to further their professional development and gather for events.



Jeffrey Addo
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Technical Support Analyst
Mary Albert
Office of Information Technology
Director, Digital Accessibility

The accessibility of IT for people with disabilities makes a profound difference in their lives. Modern life requires using IT: to attain an education, hold a job, socialize, and be an active citizen. I am proud to be part of a community of colleagues who are making the world a more just and inclusive place.

Eric Altman
Department of Sociology
Department Computing Support Specialist
Julie Angarone
Department of Art and Archaeology
Departmental Computing Support Specialist

I heard about CPACC as a result of John Jameson doing an accessibility check on the Drupal site I built.  I was surprised to learn that some of my linked PDF’s were not accessible so I took a LinkedInLearning course to learn more about Acrobat's Accessibility tools.  I have a passion for the productivity tools in Word and spend every spring helping seniors use the tools in Word to be more productive when formatting their theses.  So to see my work in Word be relevant to accessible PDF's sparked an interest in seeking out more information, which led me too Mary's accessibility courses in the spring in which she mentioned a certification path.

I love being a part of something bigger than myself and always strive to see the perspective of others.  We all have unique needs for navigating the world and when we make it more accessible for more people, and when we think of being inclusive with easy to implement solutions, we all benefit.

Krish Anugula
Office of Information Technology
Lead Database Administrator

I enrolled in the CPACC certification program with the intention of gaining a deeper understanding of accessibility for individuals with disabilities. I have encountered individuals who require support, and I felt compelled to equip myself with the knowledge and skills to assist them effectively. As a member of the DEI subcommittee on Culture…

Nicole Apostola
Office of the VP for Finance & Treasurer
Payroll & Financial Systems Analyst
Claude Ashton
Office of Information Technology
Technical Support Specialist

In my time working in customer service and technical support roles I have worked with many people with a variety of disabilities. It has always been important to me that everyone I support feels like an equal. As support professionals it is our responsibility to ensure that those with disabilities are provided with an accessible environment and…