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Presented by TTC Global in Partnership with UsableNet, a Global Accessibility Awareness Day Celebration

Why Digital Accessibility should be part of your DNA 

Thurs, May 27th
10 am AEST / 12 pm NZST 

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Awareness and commitment to inclusion is the goal of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)

Join us for a celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). Accessibility experts from TTC and UsableNet reflect on GAAD's 10th anniversary by raising awareness and discussing the why, what, and how of digital accessibility.

Join this Webinar to learn about: 

  • Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)
  • Why Web Accessibility and Inclusion Matters: Key Areas to Consider
  • How to Get Started with Digital Accessibility 
Samantha Dancey
Global Accessibility Practice Lead at TTC

Samantha Dancey is a passionate advocate and leader in the accessibility, diversity, and inclusion community, where she brings a wealth of experience guiding organizations in their accessibility strategies and goals. Throughout her career, she’s cultivated a specialization in access and inclusion, having held diversity consultancy roles within the financial services and non-profit sectors. In her most recent role prior to joining TTC, she served on the leadership team at the Australian Network on Disability for 7 years, where she worked extensively in positions such as Consultancy and Projects Lead and Senior Relationship Manager. Additionally, Samantha has participated in speaking engagements at a variety of international conferences, ultimately allowing her to cement her profile as both a respected accessibility consultant and thought leader

Tanner Gers
Head of Partnerships at UsableNet

Tanner Gers is Head of Partnerships at UsableNet, inspirational speaker, and athlete. 

After losing his sight as an adult, Tanner helped develop software so people who are blind or visually impaired could independently access calculus equations, directed the implementation of an accessible job board to people with disabilities for the state of Arizona, and served on the Arizona Governor’s Council Employment Committee for Blindness and Visual Impairment. Today, he serves on multiple non-profit and for-profit boards. 

As an athlete, Tanner is a US Paralympian, World Championship team member, Para Pan American gold medalist, national champion in track cycling, 3X World Series MVP with the National Beep Baseball Association. One of Tanner's current projects is helping to develop the first-ever USA 5-a-side blind soccer Paralympic team, scheduled to debut at the 2028 Los Angeles Paralympic Games.