Norm Hodne is the Lead Program Manager in the Windows Experience Group responsible for the accessibility APIs, accessibility applications, and the speech commanding and dictation features shipped in Windows. Norm also is a representative to the INCITS V2 standards organization where he works on standards related to accessibility.
Masahiko Kaneko is a Senior Program Manager on the User Interface Platform Team in the Windows Experience Division. A program manager in accessibility at Microsoft for more than 10 years, he has been involved with several releases of the Windows Operating System as well as many other Microsoft products. Masahiko enjoys road biking, XC skiing, music, and movies in his free time but most of it is now dedicated to his first son.
Nazia Zaman is a PM on the User Interface Platform Team in the Windows Experience Division, and is very passionate about Accessibility. She graduated from Stanford University with a Masters in Computer Science. She is interested in Human Computer Interaction, usability, and kernel programming.
As a Senior Program Manager for the Windows Experience Accessibility group, Michelle Maislen is responsible for setting Microsoft’s strategy for driving the adoption and integration of UI Automation for over 200 AT vendors through the Microsoft® Assistive Technology Vendor Program (MATvp). She is also helping to solve key accessibility and interoperability challenges by promoting global engineering collaborations, such as the Accessibility Interoperability Alliance (AIA), that unites the efforts of IT, AT, and nongovernmental organizations.
Jason Grieves is a Program Manager in the Windows Accessibility Group. Jason works with students of all ages to identify their abilities rather than disabilities. In turn he finds solutions to use those abilities to live, work, and play