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'''Christopher Lee'''
 
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Christopher M. Lee, Ph.D., is Managing Director of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP), a division of the Global Initiative on Inclusive ICT (G3ict). Christopher also serves as G3ict Chief Learning Office.  Christopher founded and directed the largest higher education service and research center in North America, serving thousands of universities and colleges throughout the United States and Canada. Christopher is an international subject expert in the accessibility, learning disabilities and assistive technology fields.  He has received and served as principal investigator on numerous research grants.  
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Christopher M. Lee, Ph.D., is Managing Director of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP), a division of the Global Initiative on Inclusive ICT (G3ict). Christopher also serves as G3ict Chief Learning Office.  Christopher founded and directed the largest higher education service and research center in North America, serving thousands of universities and colleges throughout the United States and Canada. Christopher is an international subject expert in the accessibility, learning disabilities and assistive technology fields.  He has received and served as principal investigator on numerous research grants.
 
 
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Christopher Lee

Christopher M. Lee, Ph.D., is Managing Director of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP), a division of the Global Initiative on Inclusive ICT (G3ict). Christopher also serves as G3ict Chief Learning Office. Christopher founded and directed the largest higher education service and research center in North America, serving thousands of universities and colleges throughout the United States and Canada. Christopher is an international subject expert in the accessibility, learning disabilities and assistive technology fields. He has received and served as principal investigator on numerous research grants.