Hi! I'm Beverley

I'm an accessibility lead and front-end developer. My current role is Accessibility Lead at the UK Ministry of Justice, which I've had since April 2021.

I also do a lot of volunteering. I currently volunteer on the dev team of Three Rings CIC. We provide volunteer management software for organisations like the Samaritans and Childline, at low cost to them. In the past, I've set up and run codebar Oxford for 2 years, and taught on Code First: Girls courses, to try and help diversity the tech industry.

In my spare time, I like to give the occasional tech talk, and write the odd blog post. I also sew (I am obsessed with Drag Race), and go out on long rides on the motorbike. My pronouns are they/them.

Mobile phone screen showing the DDaT web page entry for the accessibility profession

Latest blog post

'Establishing Accessibility in the DDaT Profession', posted on 25th October 2022

In this post, I talk about the work I lead on with David Caldwell, Head of Accessibility at Home Office, to create a definition of...

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Lastest talk

My team at the Ministry of Justice and I gave a joint talk, 'Beyond compliance: setting up an accessibility team for culture change at the Ministry of Justice', at Nomensa's Virtua11y 2022 conference

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