As the co-founder and CEO of the Centre For Accessibility Australia (CFA), Dr Scott Hollier is improving digital accessibility for people with disabilities – giving them equal access to technology and the internet.
The CFA drives impact through advocacy, research, training, auditing services and celebrations such as the Australian Access Awards. It’s been instrumental in growing the accessibility movement in Australia, highlighting the people and organisations leading the way.
During COVID-19, the CFA has played a critical role in strengthening the need for digital access. Scott and his teams have worked hard to ensure no one is left behind.
Scott is also an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Edith Cowan University. He’s been teaching the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility course through the University of South Australia since its inception in 2011.
A great storyteller, Scott, who is also legally blind, helps people better understand accessibility issues – putting them in the shoes of those who struggle to access technology and the internet.