For over 25 years, Korey Singleton has advocated for technology accessibility and the use of assistive technology by individuals with various types of disabilities at home, at work, and in the classroom.  At present, he is the Assistive Technology Initiative (ATI) Manager for George Mason University (GMU), which operates under the Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and is tasked with guiding and implementing a university-wide strategy for addressing the electronic and information technology accessibility needs of students, staff, faculty, and visitors with disabilities. Preceding his work with GMU, Korey worked as a Rehabilitation Engineer/Assistive Technology Specialist at various state/local agencies in both Northern Virginia and parts of Central and Northern Illinois (including Chicago) supporting the information technology needs of individuals with visual impairments and the seating and wheeled mobility needs of individuals with mobility impairments, respectively. His education credentials include a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering (Mechanics) from Northwestern University, Master of Education (Special Education/Assistive Technology) from George Mason University, and a PhD in Education (Learning Technologies Design Research) from George Mason University.