Jerry Berrier Joins the NELVB Training Team
New England Low Vision and Blindness is pleased to announce that Jerry Berrier has joined our Training Team as an Assistive Technology Specialist.
Jerry has worked in the field of assistive technology for over 20 years. He spent six years as assistant manager at the Verizon center for customers with disabilities, followed by seven years as an assistive technology consultant specializing in work with Deafblind consumers. Most recently, he ended a nine-year stint at the Perkins School for the Blind in the field of assistive technology.
“Being the first holder of the Deaf-Blind training contract for nearly three decades, Jerry Berrier is synonymous with leadership, class and excellence. We are thrilled to have Jerry join our training team and add to our reputation of having the best-in-class training talent for people who are blind, deafblind and low vision.” said Scott Krug, President and Co-Founder of New England Low Vision and Blindness.
Jerry is past president and current secretary of the Bay State Council of the Blind, and past president of VIBUG, a long-standing Boston-based group of technology users.
His interests include audio production, accessible web design, and “birding by ear”. He has consulted on numerous accessibility projects with Mass Audubon and continues a long-standing working relationship with that organization.
If anyone is in need of training for their student, senior, co-worker or veteran, please contact New England Low Vision and Blindness to schedule a personal consultation. You can also call our toll-free number 888-211-6933 or email us at email@example.com.