TPG Welcomes Joshua Marshall!

Posted on Thursday, 24 July 2014 by Mike Paciello

In the past year, we’ve been very fortunate to add outstanding new TPG (@paciellogroup) team members including Leonie Watson (@LeonieWatson), Patrick Lauke (@patrick_h_lauke), Karl Groves (@KarlGroves), Sarah Horton (@gradualclearing), Billy Gregory (@thebillygregory) and a host of other great folks. Today, we are pleased to announce that Joshua Marshall (@partiallyblind) is joining TPG on September 1st!

I think most of you who follow accessibility know Josh, but for those that don’t, here’s a brief bio:

“As the former Head of Accessibility for the Government Digital Service, Joshua Marshall led the work of the British Government in building GOV.UK and transforming their digital public services to be the most accessible in the world. Joshua is a regular speaker at events and conferences on digital accessibility, UX, GOV.UK, and his work driving the adoption of future-facing digital accessibility principles across the UK Government.”

The team at TPG is ecstatic about having Joshua join us! We continue to expand and look forward to further growth over the course of the year. We share our success with our clients, colleagues and friends in furthering the growth of accessibility professionals. Our profession is relevant, exciting and prosperous!

About Mike Paciello

Mike is the Founding Partner of The Paciello Group. He has been in the accessibility business since the mid-80's, both as a usability and accessibility engineer. In 2006, along with his friend and colleague Jim Tobias, he was appointed co-chair to the United States Federal Access Board's Telecommunications and Electronic and Information Technology Advisory Committee (TEITAC). In years past he has been involved in several well known accessibility ventures including ICADD, WAI, and WebABLE (his first official web site and start-up). Most recently, together with TVworldwide.com, he launched a new internet channel, WebABLE.tv, dedicated to building greater awareness about technology and people with disabilities.

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