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Holly Schroeder

UX Researcher, HealthTech

New York City

Holly Schroeder is a UX researcher working in health tech, instructor, writer, and artist. Her interest in what makes people tick transformed into a passion in elementary school when she swiped her mom's RCA cassette recorder to play “interview.”

She believes accessibility is the secret sauce for awesome products. Recently, she authored a chapter on accessibility for 97 Things Every UX Practitioner Should Know published by O’Reilly Media.

On the southside of St. Louis, MO, Holly and her husband spend their days catering to the whims of their crew of spoiled rescue pets. Holly loves people, animals, art, projects, nerdy stuff, rabbit holes, and exploring nature.

Holly is co-president of the St. Louis Experience Meetup group and a mentor for ADPList. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Missouri in St. Louis, Master of Arts in Nonprofit Management from Washington University in St. Louis, and certificates in UX and Web Development.

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A UXer's Lense: Why Accessibility is Everyone's Responsibility

A UXer's Lense: Why Accessibility is Everyone's Responsibility

In our monthly event series with thelighthouse, this time, we've got Holly Schroeder on board to talk all things accessibility within UX and the Fintech world.

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