US accessibility expert shares insights with members
Mon 20 November 2017
Jenny Lay-Flurrie is a remarkable woman. As Chief Accessibility Officer (CAO) at Microsoft she is at the forefront of creating positive experiences that apply technology to make a difference for people with disability. She is also the Chair of the US Business Leader Network (USBLN) and an active member of the Washington State Disability Taskforce. And, in October 2014 she was recognised as a ‘Champion of Change’ by the White House.
This month, Jenny was in Sydney for the Microsoft Summit 2017, and as part of her visit, was generous enough to spend time with our Members at an informal meeting kindly hosted by HAYS. She also met with AND staff to share her vast experience and knowledge with our dedicated team.
Photo L to R: Nina Meredith, Philip Zamora, Rebecca Charlton, Steph Littlewood, Janet Ritchie, Shamim Islam, David Masters, Toni Wren, Suzanne Colbert, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, Samantha Dancey, Meg Bishop, Amy Whalley, Rida Leung and Olivia Senior.
We sincerely thank Jenny for her time. It was a delight to meet her and learn from her expertise.
AND Members can read our highlights from our Q&A with Jenny in the Networks section of our Members Area.
You can also read about Jenny, and learn more about her description of herself as ‘‘deceptively deaf’ in her Microsoft profile ‘Talk to the hand!’