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Angela creates and directs accessibility programs and centers of excellence. She’s brought her digital media experience to organizations for over 20 years. In her spare time, she sings and plays her guitar badly, while writing her first cookbook.

Angela Hooker

Senior Accessibility Program Manager
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English
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Location:
Redmond, United States
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
Paid only. Contact speaker for pricing!

MY TALKS

I Was Wrong! Learn from My Accessibility Mistakes

Diversity and Inclusion, Product, Leadership, Professional Development

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Whether you’re new to the field, when you manage an accessibility program, you can fall into common traps—but there’s no need to! Learn from my observations and old mistakes. Get tips for running a successful program and avoiding poor management choices, policies, planning, and more that can hinder your program.

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Yes, Virginia, PMs Are Responsible for Accessibility

Professional Development, Diversity and Inclusion, Product, Leadership

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Ho-ho-ho, Virginia! For too long, we've relied on developers to be the accessibility champion for tech projects. But if you put the sole responsibility on them, you're setting your project up for problems--big, costly problems that can cause delays. I'd like to show how you—as the PM—can make sure your digital media projects are accessible, because it really does start with you. You'll learn the why, what, and how to do it. You've got this, Virginia! Love, Santa's Helper

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