Cliff Tyllick solves problems people didn’t realize they had–especially when it comes to using Microsoft Office. Working at a myriad of state agencies in Texas, Cliff has found ways to bring the right tools to the surface to make managing documents much easier and to make an accessible document the natural result of managing documents the new way. Today Cliff serves as an accessibility coordinator in the Civil Rights Office of Texas Health and Human Services. In his spare time, he leads teams of volunteers to remove invasive plants from Austin’s parks and greenbelts and restore native habitats to replace them. That’s when he isn’t traveling Central and South America with his wife Karen, who is an archaeologist. At home their dogs Buddy and Daisy Mae keep them walking regularly.