Press release: ITCQF enters 2020 with a new President.

We are entering year 2020 with new energy and fresh ideas for promoting professional technical communication. It is our pleasure to introduce to you a new President of our organization, who will help us make even stronger efforts in spreading our ideas and in continuing ITCQF’s mission.

Dawid Górny has started as ITCQF President a few months ago. He studied law at the Jagiellonian University, and has been an active board member in various foundations for over ten years. The highlights of his professional career include legal counseling, but also project work and training activities. His most recent efforts are related to accessibility in software and documentation. Despite being visually impaired, Dawid engages in his passions enthusiastically and vigorously. We are confident that his experience and dedication will help us define and achieve new ambitious goals in the areas of technical communication and accessibility. We are looking forward to a fruitful and lasting cooperation.

How the President sees his role at ITCQF:

“I am excited to take this inspiring challenge at ITCQF. I am looking forward to contribute my perspective of a person who uses new technologies not out of curiosity or for business reasons, but above all in order to function effectively at home, at work, as a family member and as a member of the society. As a visually impaired person I understand the need for a precisely described world, and techcomm to me is an important part of that description”.

About ITCQF® (

The International Technical Communication Qualifications Foundation (ITCQF®) is a comprehensive technical communication certification program developed in cooperation with recognized techcomm experts, and based on existing international standards. The program is designed to facilitate the learning process for aspiring technical communicators, as well as to supplement and organize the knowledge of already experienced techcomm specialists. Ultimately, ITCQF® provides a means to standardize the terminology, processes and best practices used by professionals across the world in different organizations.

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