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David J. Dzumba

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Senior Manager of Accessibility at Nokia
Nokia

David J. Dzumba is senior manager of Accessibility at Nokia.

In this role since 1998, David was part of Nokia team that was first to market the speaking phone for blind users and the Nokia LPS series for users of t-coil-equipped hearing aids. In addition to supporting Nokia commitment to offer usable and affordable wireless devices for people with disabilities worldwide, David currently serves as the FCC EAAC co-chair and chair of Accessibility for the Mobile Manufacturers Forum.

David holds a Master of Science, summa cum laude, in Engineering Telecommunications from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

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