Office of Technical and Information Services, U.S. Access Board
Scott Windley joined the Access Board in March of 1997. He previously worked for two years with The Center for Universal Design (previously Center for Accessible Housing) as a technical assistance specialist, providing technical assistance on accessible/universal housing and the Fair Housing Amendments Act and supervising students working with the Home Modification Clinic.
Mr. Windley received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Idaho and subsequently served as an architecture and planning intern with the University's Facilities Planning and Design departments for two and a half years. He has given many presentations to students, advocates, and professionals on accessibility issues.
Currently at the Board Mr. Windley oversees staff work on the Board's public rights-of-way rulemaking, provides technical assistance and training on the ADAAG and other standards, and manages AutoCAD production.