Jeremy Seda is the IT Accessibility Coordinator for North Idaho College, since January of 2018. His current milestone was achievable through 19 years of evolution in accessible technology.

In 2017, Jeremy led the efforts for writing the Accessibility Policy for Big Bend Community College, filling the role of IT Accessibility Coordinator on top of his duties as the Web and Multimedia Specialist for the institution.

From 2009 to 2013, Jeremy did freelance work for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, developing Section 508-compliant widgets in Adobe Flash and HTML5.

From 2002 to 2009, Jeremy worked for the American Cancer Society, first as a contractor for the Great West Division, then as the Director of Online Productions for the National Home Office in 2005.

When he breaks away from the computer, Jeremy is a proud husband and father of four, follower of Jesus, a 1st degree Professor of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Angler and Hunter. Jeremy likens his job to his passion in the sport of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, stating, “you are constantly problem solving and will never get to a point where you feel you have nothing more to accomplish or learn. With both my job and my passionate hobby, not making a decision is always a big decision that will usually not end well.” His current challenge is to humbly build upon the foundation that many at NIC have worked tirelessly for, creating a proactive and successful model of Universal Design in Idaho Higher Education.