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Background Information

Employment History

Software Tester

ATG


Member, Staff

Washington Assistive Technology Foundation


Assistive Specialist

Department of Services for the Blind Report


Accessible Technologies Group


Assistive Technology Loan Program Coordinator


Web References(5 Total References)


Computer Source Magazine: All Access

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Mia Lipner, who works for ATG as a software tester with the aid of her seeing eye dog, says that the opportunity to work for a company with so many resources was what brought her to Microsoft's doorstep."That was one of the major reasons I wanted to work here," Lipner says.


Washington Access Fund [ Fall 06 Newsletter ]

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This summer, we said good-bye to Assistive Technology Loan Program Coordinator, Mia Lipner, who left WATF to join the Seattle office of the Department of Services for the Blind and VISTA Volunteer Erin Lauridsen who completed her year of service at the end of August.


Washington Access Fund [ Summer 06 Newsletter ]

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WATF Staff: Mia Lipner, Erin Lauridsen, Frances Pennell, Andrea Dimond
Mia joined WATF's staff in October 2005 bringing with her 10 years of experience in computer related Assistive Technology. Before arriving at WATF, Mia worked for the Accessible Technologies Group at Microsoft.


NEWSLINE

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April 21 - Mia Lipner, Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) Assistive Specialist, guest speaker, talked about the latest assistive technology; May 19 - Mark Adreon, DSB Business Developer & Communication Specialist, guest speaker, talked to us about the joint partnership of DSB and WCB, particularly SKB Outreach to Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Optical clinics and hospitals of early detection of blindness; April 4 - 11 members joined the rally in Olympia for the increase of the funding to be included in the budget for the Washington State Talking Book & Braille Library (WSTBBL); May 4-6 - one member selected to join the WCB Leadership seminar; June 23 - 12 guests came to Friends' Day and to date, 4 joined the chapter; June 30-July 7 - 46th ACB Annual Convention, held in Minneapolis-St.


www.watf.org

WATF Staff: Mia Lipner, Erin Lauridsen, Frances Pennell, Andrea DimondMia joined WATF's staff in October 2005 bringing with her 10 years of experience in computer related Assistive Technology.Before arriving at WATF, Mia worked for the Accessible Technologies Group at Microsoft.


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