Laura Brady is an accessibility expert whose priority is always to put users first. She brings more than 25 years of trade publishing experience to this role. For the past fifteen years, she has worked in digital publishing creating and converting ebooks, training publishers on accessible workflows, writing a blog helping developers work more accessibly, and consulting for services organizations about how to publish inclusively while worrying about everyone's reading experience. A sought-after consultant, trainer, and public speaker, Laura advocates with government funders, accessible library organizations, and publisher associations for inclusive publishing issues. Laura is also active at sharing knowledge, building communities, and calling stakeholders in through community groups like #eprdctn, the NNELS Accessible Publishing Summit, and ebookcraft, in addition to serving on the eBound and Accessible Books Consortium’s board of directors.