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.

Certificants

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Anthony Ray
Office of Information Technology
ITSM Process Specialist

I took the CPACC certificate program initially to develop a better understanding of accessibility as it relates to diversity, equity and inclusion, and to help with my career development.  What I have learned has expanded not only into other areas within my role at Princeton but in my personal life as well. It has made me more diligent and…

CPACC
Todd Reichart
Research Computing
Technology and Communications Strategist

A common thread of my work and life goals has been the shaping and tailoring of information and experiences to target learners, users, and audiences. Incorporating universal design goals and accommodation for people with disabilities into that work is a way to actively empathize and respect the dignity of my fellow humankind across the spectrum…

CPACC
Katie Remus
Office of the Executive Vice President
Associate Director for Administrative Planning

As a learning and development specialist, creating an accessible learning experience is a critical element that extends across all facets of my role. The certification and content that I have learned will enable me to develop and deliver learning programs that serve all learners.

CPACC
Patrick Richichi
Engineering and Applied Science
Senior Tech Support Specialist

“The web is a resource to all and must be made available to all. As contributors and developers, it is our responsibility to be sure that the sites we develop and review are accessible. As someone who has worked with individuals with disabilities and has a technical background, I feel it is my duty to use the certification I have attained to…

CPACC
Tara Ronda
McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
Program Coordinator
Bonelys Rosado
Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
Facilities and Operations Manager

Our department deals with multiple things that involve accessibility  and would like to be better educated to deal with them. We  need to think of physical access as we are the building access coordinators. My group deals with different populations of students, faculty and staff and in multiple ways. We are responsible for classroom…

CPACC