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Equal Made

Your partner for web accessibility

Providing accessible, equitable and sustainable software and services to help your organization thrive.

Learn what we're about

Our passion is to make the web an inclusive online experience. Let us know if you need a partner to provide accessible, equitable, and sustainable software and services.

Inclusive engineering

Our software can be used by everyone—regardless of their abilities or disabilities.

Helping our planet

We strive to reduce our environmental impact—and promote protecting the Earth.

Planning events

We help organizers to hold safe, equitable, ethical, and sustainable events.

Networking

Do you share our purposes, missions, or values? We'd love to connect.

Meet our leadership

Equal Made is a partnership with broad experience and a friendly approach.

  • Rachel Cherry is white and identifies as female. She is in her mid 30s with fairly pale skin and long auburn colored hair.

    Rachel Cherry

    Director of Technology and Design

    she/her

    As a freelance software engineer and consultant, Rachel focuses on online accessibility, front-end web development, and higher education/enterprise-level engineering. Rachel has worked in and for higher education for more than fifteen years. She is also the Director and Founder of WPCampus, a community and conferences about using WordPress in higher ed.

    Rachel enjoys helping organizations address their online accessibility barriers and teaching how to be more inclusive on the web. She is also fond of feminism, running, and tacos.

  • Sara Clark

    Sara Clark

    Director of Operations and Support

    she/her

    Sara Clark attended her first professional conference in 2000 — the community and learning amazed her. Since then, she's organized online and in-person events ranging from 20 to 1000+ attendees, mostly for higher education and nonprofits.

    Sara believes in the power of connection and loves helping people advance their knowledge. She worked in higher education for more than 20 years, where digital accessibility was a focus. She advocates that everyone have equal access, regardless of their abilities or disabilities.