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Kelly Hermann | Vice President of Accessibility, Equity and Inclusion, University of Phoenix

Kelly Hermann | Vice President of Accessibility, Equity and Inclusion, University of Phoenix

Current Position and Past Experience
Kelly Hermann is currently Vice President of Accessibility, Equity and Inclusion for the University of Phoenix. She has oversight of the university’s accessibility initiative, including the evaluation and remediation of curricular resources, the Accessibility & Disability Services office, which provides accommodations to students with disabilities and the Office of Educational Equity, which works with University stakeholders, community partners and corporate sponsors to create an inclusive educational environment for the students, faculty and staff.

Education, Honors and Achievements
Hermann holds a master of science in education and bachelor of science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from The College of Saint Rose.

Personal Details and Community Involvement
In 2009, Ms. Hermann was appointed to the Instructional Materials Advisory Council in New York by then Governor David Patterson and has been active in the Online Learning Consortium, WCET, and the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD), chairing the special interest group on online and distance education and the standing committee on public policy from 2009 to 2013. She also chairs the Accessibility Innovation Learning Network and the Accessibility Taskforce for 1EDTech and was awarded the IMS Global award for Higher Ed Leadership in 2020. Ms. Hermann has also served on the board of the National Diversity Council, on the Accessibility Advisory Board for McGraw-Hill in 2019 and was a data fellow with Anthology’s Education and Research Center from 2021 through 2023.

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