Meredith Boyce



Meredith Boyce is a passionate disability rights advocate, focusing a lot of effort into digital accessibility so that every person can have equitable access to technology. She is a 2014 and 2015 National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing awardee, a 2015 White House Champion of Change, and a 2019 U.N. Women #SheInnovates honoree for her work in equitable computer science education for students with disabilities. She prides herself on being Blind, epileptic, and unrepentantly herself.

Certifications & Education

  • IAAP – International Association Accessibility Professionals
  • CPACC: Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies

Focus Areas

  • Accessible Technology
  • Disability in the workplace

Most Requested Presentations

  • Intersectional Disability Awareness
  • Disability in Technology
  • Disability in Hiring

Awards & Recognition

  • Champion of Change, 2015, Young Women Empowering their Communities, @The White House
  • #SheInnovates 2019 honoree, U.N. Women

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