Power Moves: Meet The Washington Post’s First-ever Accessibility Engineer

Holden Foreman will be the first-ever accessibility engineer for the renowned news outlet, which hosts its offices on K Street. In a tweet announcing the news, Foreman said he’s long been excited about making the Post’s content more accessible and is eager to jump into the new role.

“There are so many layers to [accessibility],” he continued. “It is an exciting area of focus, and I think journalism is all about wanting info accessible to as many people as possible.”

Foreman confirmed his employment to Technical.ly via email. He joined the team in 2021 as a full-stack software engineer on the newspaper’s elections team.