Chuck Johnston is a designer and researcher. As User Experience Manager at SiteCrafting, he guides the creation of human-centered solutions for the web for businesses and organizations. Chuck is also a graduate student at the University of Washington’s school of Human-Centered Design & Engineering. He believes that putting people first provides the best outcomes and advocates for designing for humans.
David (Dave) Gallerizzo is the CEO of Fig Leaf Software, a leading digital agency with an international customer base. He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors. The firm operates worldwide through its major business units including Consulting Services (user experience, application development on mobile and desktop platforms, strategic analysis, and marketing), Technical Training, and Product Resale. The company maintains strategic partnerships with Google, Adobe, Amazon, SalesForce, Sencha, Acquia, EpiServer, Hubspot, Telerik, and Paperthin.
Dr. Jon Gunderson is the Coordinator of Assistive Communication and Information Technology Accessibility in the Division of Disability Resources and Education Services (DRES) at the University of Illinois in Champaign/Urbana, Illinois. He leads the development of open source web accessibility evaluation tools and coding practices resources to help web designers and developers understand accessible coding techniques. He is the past chair of the W3C User Agent Working Group and currently involved in the W3C ARIA Working Group.
Paulette Neal-Allen is a Systems Analyst for the City of Thornton, Colorado, with 19 years of experience working on web projects from the IT perspective. She has been an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science and Information Technology at Colorado Technical University. Paulette has been a member of NAGW since 2005, and has presented at the NAGW conferences on topics such as "Basic HTML for Non-Techies" and the "Server Side Shootout". She received her Master of Science in Computer Science in 2001, and also has her MCSD in .NET technologies.