Janet Zeller

Janet Zeller is the National Accessibility Program Manager for the U.S. Forest Service.  She’s responsible for the accessibility of programs and facilities that both manage risk and ensure equal opportunity for all people, including people with disabilities, across the 193 million acres of the National Forest System (NFS).

Janet also works with the 4 season businesses operating under permits on NFS lands including those with zip lines, canopy tours, adventure ropes courses, etc.  And she presents seamless integration of accessibility, development of essential eligibility criteria and the universal design of programs and facilities at a wide range of forums nationally.

jzeller@fs.fed.us


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