In addition to my volunteer scripting and programming projects, I do professional scripting work. I am employed as a Senior Accessibility Programmer by Level Access, a company with headquarters in Virginia and California and offices in various other locations. In this capacity, I have written scripts for a variety of companies and government agencies. Examples include a division of Delta Air Lines, CarMax, several banks and credit card companies, and numerous call centers throughout the United States. I have also done professional work for SSB BART Group (our name before we became Level Access) in Canada and once had the wonderful opportunity to visit Estonia and work with Skype on accessibility.
I do not accept paid, non-SSB scripting contracts or positions, though I heartily encourage anyone interested in my scripting services to contact Level Access to arrange for an engagement. I take on volunteer projects on occasion, usually to improve the usability of applications I have reason to use myself. Sometimes I may be able to examine an application for an hour or two to see what could be done without requiring a formal arrangement, but I reserve the right to accept or decline such requests based on available time.
Finally, I personally and strongly support the continuing and increasing inclusion of persons who are blind into the work force, and I am very happy to serve, both voluntarily and professionally, in a capacity that lets me be a part of making this happen.
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