My name is Sheryl Burgstahler, and I am the founder and director of DO-IT. I have a master's degree in mathematics and a Ph.D. in higher education. I am the Director of Accessible Technology Services at the UW and an Affiliate Associate Professor in the College of Education. DO-IT combines my personal, academic, and professional interests.
I'm Scott Bellman. I am the program manager at DO-IT. I have a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling and earned my undergraduate degree in psychology and business. I am a licensed mental health counselor in Washington State. I also serve on several boards and committees, including the Governor's Committee on Disability Issues and Employment.
My name is Brianna Blaser, and I am a counselor/coordinator at the DO-IT Center. I earned my bachelors degree in math and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. I moved to Seattle to attend graduate school at the University of Washington, where I earned my Ph.D. in women studies studying women in science.
My name is Kayla Brown, and I am a counselor/coordinator here at DO-IT. I graduated from the University of Washington, Bothell with a BA in community psychology. My passion is community outreach, research, and disability activism. I work one-on-one with students to work on goal setting, academic planning, and building a support system.
I'm Dan Comden. I manage the Access Technology Center (ATC) at the University of Washington. At the ATC we work directly with students, faculty, and staff with disabilities who need to access computing resources.
My name is Lyla Crawford. I am a counselor/coordinator for DO-IT. I work in the Spokane office. I have a master's degree in developmental psychology.
My name is Marvin Crippen. I help with technical support, work on DO-IT websites, and support the University of Washington's Access Technology Center.
My name is Anna Marie Golden. I'm an IT Accessibility Specialist with Accessible Technology Services. It is my job to provide support and outreach to the campus web community to help them make their websites more accessible to students, faculty, staff, and visitors with disabilities. I'm also a UW graduate from the Master of Human-Computer Interaction + Design program.
My name is Susie Hawkey, and I am the operations manager for Accessible Technology Services. My main role is to oversee all operations within the offices, which includes submitting grants, managing budgets, and human resources. I have a B.S. in Biology from Seattle University and a B.S. in Accounting from Central Washington University.
My name is Doug Hayman. I'm the technology specialist for DO-IT.