Online Accessibility Mentors

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The SDCCD Online Accessibility Mentors are here to assist you in making your online course content accessible for all students. Each of our colleges has its own dedicated and knowledgable faculty mentor who offers one-on-one meetings and monthly workshops. Schedule a meeting or attend a workshop session today!

Accessibility Workshop Schedule

Meet Your Online Accessibility Mentors!

Tucker Grimshaw

Tucker Grimshaw - City College

I am excited to serve the San Diego City College faculty, staff, and students as an Online Accessibility Mentor. A bit about me: I was born and raised in San Diego and have lived in various places, including Hawaii and Idaho. My academic interests include Universal Design for Learning, disability studies, queer studies, equitable assessment practices, and first-year writing (to name a few).

Online accessibility is essential because I have noticed that voices are missing in academia. One way we can amplify silenced voices is by endeavoring to make our courses accessible to all.


Johanna Gleason

Johanna Gleason - Continuing Education

Johanna is an ESL instructor and long-time advocate for disability rights. She is proud to be serving as the online accessibility mentor for the College of Continuing Education and is always looking for ways to improve accessibility for everyone in her classes and at large.

When Johanna is not teaching online or HyFlex ESL classes, she can be found spending time with her husband and four children, cooking, baking, drawing, or reading. She is also an animal lover.


Personal Website: Online Course Accessibility

Kris Secor

Kristian Secor - Mesa College

Hi! My name is Kris Secor and I'm your Accessibility Mentor at San Diego Mesa College. I've been a developer and educator for over 20 years now. I started doing a lot of eCommerce in the early 2000's. That's a world where you want everyone to have access to your work or you'll lose money!

That's where I developed a "progressive enhancement" mentality where we target the least functional devices when we build. At the leading college of equity and excellence, this attitude is also a must!


Schedule a Meeting with Kris

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Donna Eyestone - Miramar College

In 1989 Donna combined her interests in music and technology to complete a BA in Computer Music Composition from Clark University. She went on to earn MFAs in Electronic Music Recording from the Mills College Center for Contemporary Music and in Integrated Electronic Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1996. Donna has been teaching multimedia, both online and in the classroom in the Bay Area since 1996. She is currently teaching Digital Audio Production, Radio Production, and is the DE Coordinator at the College of San Mateo. She is an Accessibility Mentor for the SDCCD Accessibility, Usability & Design Project.