Juli is a digital accessibility specialist working to identify, evaluate, and implement accessibility approaches within Information Technology and is an advocate for accessibility and universal design for faculty, staff and students at Bowdoin College. She is also serving her fourth-year on Bowdoin’s Accessibility Taskforce co-chairing the curricular accessibility sub-group.
Previously, Juli worked as an accessibility specialist in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs with close attention to accessible content on the web and other digital platforms such as social media and longform digital storytelling. Prior to that she worked as an academic technology consultant with a focus on using iPads in teaching, classroom response systems, and digital storytelling.
She has attended and presented at NERCOMP, EDUCAUSE, the American Anthropological Association conference, and the Maine College Library conference. She holds a B.S from the University of New Hampshire and an M.S in Instructional Design and Technology from Southern New Hampshire University.