Daniella is an expert in accessibility, including digital technology as well as livable spaces. She is totally blind and has been a user of assistive technologies for 25 years in her different roles in academic and professional settings. As the Coordinator for Accessibility Testing with NNELS, she leads a team of testers who assess the accessibility of EPUB files and reading apps to access content through public libraries across Canada, and made recommendations for preventing and eliminating barriers. Daniella works to promote and inform a paradigm shift towards born-accessible-content and universal design. She holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Toronto.