DAC Staff

Below is a listing of our staff. If you need to contact us and don’t know where to start, you can contact us through our Request Digital Accessibility Center Assistance form, by phone at (614) 292-1760, or via email at accessibility@osu.edu.

Under the direction of the ADA Coordinator and Section 504 Compliance Officer, Peter Bossley leads digital accessibility compliance efforts for the university. He has worked at Ohio State for over 13 years in various technology roles. Peter is a regular presenter at conferences on digital accessibility and is passionate about digital accessibility and inclusion. He is a Certified Professional in Web Accessibility by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals.

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Under the direction of the Digital Accessibility Center Director, Nathan primarily works with Digital Accessibility Policy compliance issues, exceptions, and access plans. This includes messaging around how to receive needed accommodations as well as working with university staff and other vendors to ensure better access in the future. Nate has 10 years of digital accessibility experience, and has used assistive technology throughout his life. He comes to Ohio State after implementing a digital accessibility program for the Ohio Secretary of State.

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Under the direction of the Digital Accessibility Center Director, Corey provides expertise on acquisition, development, and implementation of digital information and digital services to the university community and the public. With 13 years of IT and web development experience and 10 years at Ohio State, Corey brings a wealth of technology experience and institutional knowledge to his role. He has a passion for ensuring robust, equal access to digital information.

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Under the direction of the Senior Accessibility SME, Julia provides support for the Digital Accessibility Center’s Accommodation-Based Exception Request system and overall department functioning. With 5 years of experience serving individuals with diverse abilities and 7 years of experience in traditional and non-traditional educational settings, Julia brings a person-centered approach and creative problem-solving mindset to her role. Julia is a Clinical Mental Health Counseling student and intends to work alongside students with diverse abilities as a school-based mental health clinician.

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