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.



Charles Saltzman
Department of Economics
Web Developer
Jane Sandberg, WAS
Library - Office of the Deputy University Librarian
Library Software Engineer
Jesse Saunders
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Infrastructure Operations Manager
Tara Schaufler
Office of Information Technology
Information Security Training & Awareness Program Manager
Asim Shahab
Office of Information Technology
Manager, ERP Financials
Nick Sharpe
Office of Information Technology
Client Support Specialist

With accessibility in mind, we can make the world an easier place for us all to live.

Helen Shpits
Office of Information Technology
Senior System Administrator / Process Consultant

"Obtaining this certification was a terrific opportunity to be a part of an undertaking that I think is of great importance. It is only through real understanding of limitations of disabilities that one can truly unlock a person’s world.  As the administrator of a system that’s used by everyone at the university, I am committed to breaking…

Edward Sikorski
Department of German
Technical Support Specialist
Linda Silber
School of Public and International Affairs
Database Services Manager

“As a web developer, I have always strived to create sites that are easy to understand and navigate.  The CPACC certification allows me to take that one step further by incorporating accessible design.  The Web has become an essential resource in education, employment, health, social interaction, etc.  Therefore, it is essential…

Rhonette Smith
Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education
Business Operations Administrator

I’m so excited to be pursuing this certification and this experience has been very informative and has given me another perspective on accessibility. I feel very strongly about using my skills and knowledge to be an asset to help and connect with others and having this kind of certification is definitely helping me to achieve that goal. I think…

Susan Spraragen
Office of Information Technology
Sr. User Experience Researcher

"As a user experience researcher, I often start questions with the phrase: 'How might we …' as an open question for exploring an approach to a problem. As I probe the problem space, I naturally gravitate to a user centered perspective. Now that I earned my CPACC certification, my enquiry is bolstered with a little more confidence in how to…

Rebecca Sutton-Koeser
Center for Digital Humanities
Lead Developer
Jaclyn Sweet
Lewis Center for the Arts
Communications Associate

Discussions of equity and inclusion happen often at the Lewis Center, and my work in the communications office often explores how we are communicating inclusively and effectively. After taking an Intro to Digital Accessibility workshop at Princeton, I realized how much more we could be doing — how much more I could learn — to create equitable…