19. Find 5 accessibility experts to follow on Twitter.
2. Alicia Jarvis (@AJarvis728): Alicia has likewise been active in the Canadian Accessibility community along with Albert, and has been a source of advocacy, passion and focus that I've reached out to many times. My first association with Inclusive Design and thinking about it was because of her tweets and advocacy.
3. Ellen Parfitt (@deafieblogger): Ellen is a new one for me, in that I came across her work during this challenge. Her site HearingLikeMe.com has a lot of great insights dealing with hearing loss and working with technology to enhance the experience for those with hearing loss (both primary and incidental).
4. Neil Milliken (@NeilMilliken): Lots of stuff I could point to for Neil, but the AXS Chat Community is a good enough place to start :).
5. Alice Boxhall (@sundress): Another recent discovery during this 30 days challenge. I've enjoyed learning about her and the initiatives she takes part in.
There are of course much more, but if I were to name all of them, we'd be here all day. Start with these five, read what they have written and commented about, and who they interact with. My guess is you'll discover a lot of people worthy of your time and attention.