International Association of Visually Impaired Technologists
The International Association of Visually Impaired Technologists, Inc. (IAVIT) promotes
employment and career advancement in the field of Information Technology for people who are
blind or visually impaired.
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- Technical Information
IAVIT provides information on adaptive techniques for visually impaired technologists to help
them perform their work functions more efficiently. Please visit our
Tech Tips Wiki
or join our mailing lists.
- Accessibility Outreach
IAVIT works with technology providers to help them create products
that are accessible to blind and visually impaired technologists. We help companies to design
their products in ways that reduce the barriers visually impaired technologists encounter while
performing their job duties.
- Employer Outreach
IAVIT seeks to help potential employers see that blind and visually impaired
technologists can be effective, resourceful and independent additions to their
- Career Advancement
IAVIT promotes Information Technology as a career choice
for blind an visually impaired people.
- President, John G. Heim
John Heim is a systems administrator for the Department of Mathematics at the
University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- Vice Presiden & Chief Technology Officer, Sina Bahram
Sina Bahram is a visually impaired PhD student in the department of computer science at North Carolina State University. His
interests are currently focused around making computers easier to use by users with disabilities as well as allowing technological
systems to grow and adapt to user needs automatically.
- Secretary/Treasurer, Matthew Graves
Matthew J. Graves is an independently practicing attorney based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. His experience
covers a broad spectrum of practice areas including criminal defense, family law, contract law,
and employment law. Before entering into the legal profession, Mr. Graves was in information technology
professional with years of experience in the field.
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