Jaclyn Sweet

Lewis Center for the Arts
Communications Associate

Discussions of equity and inclusion happen often at the Lewis Center, and my work in the communications office often explores how we are communicating inclusively and effectively. After taking an Intro to Digital Accessibility workshop at Princeton, I realized how much more we could be doing — how much more I could learn — to create equitable digital and physical experiences for our students and public audiences. Taking several more workshops fed my interest in learning more and increased my skill set, but when I learned about the CPACC, I knew that was a foundational benchmark for me to become an accessibility professional. The knowledge and experience I gained in the CPACC program has extended beyond my work at Princeton to affect how I interact with others and how I approach a multitude of situations in my daily life with a bend towards access and inclusion.