Melissa Green is a Technology Accessibility Specialist at The University of Alabama, where she helps to ensure that all technology users, including those with disabilities, are able to access and use the university’s websites and technologies used for teaching, learning, and getting things done.

An experienced teacher, librarian, and technology enthusiast, Melissa specializes in instructional, accessible, and assistive technology and helping diverse learners and teachers meet their goals. An IAAP Certified (CPACC) Technology Accessibility Specialist, Melissa is a highly skilled accessibility professional and embraces technology’s potential to foster access and inclusion for all.

IAAP CPACC circular badge and horizontal name logo for International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) certification. To the left is a dark blue circle with three lines of centered white text that read: IAAP Certified CPACC. There is a smaller red circle that surrounds the dark blue inner circle that designates the CPACC certification color scheme. To the right, three lines of dark blue text. Top text reads Certified Professional, second line reads in Accessibility Core Competencies, third line reads International Association of Accessibility Professionals.
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