Mary Albert



Mary is the senior director of digital accessibility at Princeton University in the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology. She founded and leads the digital accessibility program, and is responsible for all aspects of its design and implementation. She develops university policy and strategy, working across the institution to address issues of governance, practice, risk and compliance. Mary helps ensure that people with disabilities can access and use the institution's IT and the information it provides, and are valued in the university's culture and community.

Mary champions accessibility wherever technology and digital information are designed and developed, acquired or used. She is known for her engaging approach and strengths in partnership-building and forward-thinking that propel the Princeton digital accessibility program's success.

Mary brings over 20 years' experience in IT management to her role, including starting up and managing Princeton's web design and development team. She is an active contributor to the accessibility profession and shares her knowledge as a regular presenter at national conferences.