Emily Zimmermann

Jan 23, 2019

After losing my sight as a sophomore in high school, I had to refigure everything.

I love and pursue motivational speaking, getting my degree in speech communications at Metropolitan State University. In my last semester at MSU, I started to inquire about internship opportunities to help my resume. At that point, MSU was in the process of updating their website, ensuring it met the ADA criteria. So although it wasn’t what I was looking to do at the time, I took it.

In the process of that internship is when I learned how much I truly enjoy accessibility work. Emily Zimmermann Accessibility Intern, Charter Communications

In the process of that internship is when I learned how much I truly enjoy accessibility work. There is always more to learn, and things are constantly evolving and changing, but that is what keeps me interested.

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