Re: Freedom Scientific Announces Departure of Jonathan Mosen


Gerald Levy
 

So who is going to do the FSCasts in place of Jonathan? He was really the voice of FS.

Gerald

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From: "Adrian Spratt" <Adrian@AdrianSpratt.com>
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Jonathan Mosen now has his own website. Here's an entry from this week's
edition of Dean Martineau's newsletter:

Jonathan Mosen is now an independent consultant, so I expect we'll be seeing
plenty of material from his site:
http://mosen.org/

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Subject: Freedom Scientific Announces Departure of Jonathan Mosen


Freedom Scientific Announces Departure of Jonathan Mosen

(St. Petersburg, Florida - May 1, 2013) - Freedom Scientific today announced
that Jonathan Mosen has resigned his position as Vice President of Blindness
Hardware Product Management for the company to pursue other opportunities.

"Jonathan has been a valuable contributor to the rollout of our blindness
hardware products over the last seven years, particularly our new line of
Focus
Blue wireless Braille displays," said Brad Davis, Vice President of Hardware
Product Management for Freedom Scientific. "Jonathan has been the voice of
Freedom Scientific in our monthly podcasts to our customers, covering the
many features of our blindness and low vision products, interviewing
third-party
developers whose products work with JAWSR and MAGicR, and drawing out the
personal success stories of our most inspiring users. We will miss his
insight,
always positive attitude, and great customer rapport. We are thankful that
he has agreed to continue to produce the FSCast as we transition this
responsibility
to other staff."

Mosen, who lives in Wellington, New Zealand, has been involved with
blindness-related issues since the late 1980s and has been in the access
technology
field since 1999. He worked with the Association of Blind Citizens of New
Zealand and the American Council of the Blind. One of his most significant
contributions
to blindness in New Zealand was his work to reform the Royal New Zealand
Foundation for the Blind's constitutional framework to become the Foundation
of
the Blind.



Gerald


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