I am passionate about creating accessible digital content and online communities for everyone and want to help you do the same

In addition to my 15 years in digital, I’m a member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) and a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC).

I’m also a member and past Leadership Fellow of Disability Lead, the only program in the country for emerging leaders with disabilities.

If you are looking for someone to speak to your non-profit about disability justice, the importance of accessible digital content OR you’d like a coach to guide your staff on accessibility or disability justice issues, connect with me!

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My accessibility and digital strategy trainings are offered as two-hour workshop or a one-hour keynote session. Trainings include: “Digital Accessibility Matters to Your Business/Organization” and “Inclusive Strategy for Digital Campaigns”

Here’s an example of one of my trainings, for The Non-Profit Coach:


Hire me for 1:1 or small group staff coaching about digital accessibility project management, establishing disability employee resource groups, creating accessible content and inclusive language for digital campaigns, or other custom accessibility issues!

Watch me on a panel about Invisible Disabilities for the Chicago Accessibility and Inclusive Design Meetup :


Keidra is bad ass. Pure and simple.She is insightful, empathetic, practical and delightful to work with. An exquisite listener and top notch in her field, she asks the powerful questions that allow you to quickly get right to the heart of the matter.

Desiree Adaway

In addition to understanding how and why people interact online, she’s also got a keen talent for the more challenging aspects of digital media, including gathering and making sense of web analytics data, making business decisions about media use, and the functional aspects of web technologies. She’s also an energetic presenter!

Shaun Slattery

Let’s build something great together.

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