Daman Wandke, MBA, is the Founder and CEO of Wandke Accessibility. Beyond his role at Wandke Accessibility, Daman is greatly involved in the disability community. As someone living with a disability, Daman applies his unique perspectives on accessibility to create effective consulting practices for organizations aiming to be more inclusive. On top of his life of disability advocacy and entrepreneurship, Daman is an avid traveler and bicyclist.
Lead Technical Consultant
Kim Kosta, who lives in Morgantown, West Virginia, received her B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Alabama. Prior to working in the computer security field, Kim was a Personal Care Assistant (PCA). She also enjoys knitting and creating digital artwork.
Client Success Representative
Keaton Skiles is a student at Western Washington University in Bellingham. He is in his final year of a B.A in Business Administration with a Finance concentration along with an Accounting minor. He also enjoys sports and outdoor activities.
Emma Taylor is a student at Western Washington University pursuing a B.A. in Communications and a Minor in Journalism PR. She took a class at Western taught by Daman about Disability Diversity in Mass Media which she would recommend to everyone. In the long-term Emma is interested in working in Human Resources. She also enjoys listening to audiobooks and is a big TV and movie person.
Business Consultant / Strategic Partnerships
Trevor has spent the last 20 years working with emerging and high-growth companies, leading projects to successful and profitable outcomes. Moving from film and television production, his first gig in digital was working with Apple and HBO as a streaming video developer. He quickly pivoted to building digital product suites for NHL, NBA, and MLS teams. His focus today is working with benefit corporations, the public sector, social impact start-ups, non-profits, and Indigenous lead businesses – who strongly uphold equity and inclusion at all levels.He is also a huge music nerd!
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