Improving accessibility for veterans, seniors and all people with disabilities moves beyond compliance to become a core business value. Coordinating the effort is a new c-suite member: Chief accessibility officer.
By Royston Arch

Leading companies have a new executive in their c-suites. The chief accessibility officer is an executive position with far ranging responsibilities because the role is responsible for ensuring accessibility for people with disabilities, or other special needs, within the business and increasing accessibility for customers, suppliers, and anyone else who uses the products and services or will work with the company in some capacity. The chief accessibility officer’s ultimate responsibilities: Making accessibility a core value, empowering every employee in the organization to meet career and personal goals, and making sure accessibility is considered in everything the business does.

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