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- Jim Vitale Architect, Access Design Consultant and Adjuct Professor at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut California.
- James Mueller Industrial Designer and Founder, JL Mueller Inc.
- Anthony Pannozzo Vice President of Design Strategy at HLB a Design and Strategy consulting firm.
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