I’m a digital accessibility consultant and tech enthusiast with a passion for traveling, photography, coding, design, internet surfing, building websites, eating, etc.
I am currently employed as an IT accessibility specialist at Ryerson University. I enable the Ryerson community with the resources and guidance to create a more inclusive digital environment for all learners, faculty, staff and the general public.
Located in Toronto, Canada.
- Currently employed as an IT accessibility specialist at Ryerson University.
- Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals.
- Very familiar with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 and various parts of the Accessibility for Ontarian’s Disabilities Act (AODA).
- Experienced in accessibility testing of websites, web and mobile applications.
- Experience with various assistive technologies and software such as VoiceOver, JAWS, NVDA, ZoomText, Dragon NaturallySpeaking, iOS and Android accessibility.
- Knowledgeable in accessible document creation and design, including accessible PDF.
- Have trained and delivered presentations on various digital accessibility topics to developers, students, educators, communication and marketing professionals, etc.
- Feel free to connect and learn more about my professional experiences on LinkedIn.
About this website
- Powered by WordPress. Theme created by me and developed using Understrap.
- The Accessibility Toolbar Plugin originally created by Mickidium.
- The text-to-speech function found in the accessibility toolbar is a script created by Adam Coti (Articulate.js), which uses the Speech Synthesis interface of the Web Speech API.
- Warning: Please note that the Speech Synthesis interface is an experimental technology. Please don’t get mad at me if it does not work the way you intend.
- Website designed with WCAG 2.1 in mind.