DO-IT Mentors

Mentors encourage DO-IT Scholars, Ambassadors, and Pals as they pursue academic programs and careers. Some Mentors are still in college; others are pursuing careers. Most have disabilities themselves. They share valuable experiences, insights, and resources with younger participants.

Anindya B. (Bapin)
Supervisor of Technology Department
Helen Keller National Center
Sands Point, NY

Sean B.
Mobility impairment
Everett Independent Living Center Manager
Washington Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities

Kevin B.
Cerebral Palsy
Nonprofit Director

Kim B.
Law Student
University of Washington

Karen L. B., AIA
Osteogenesis Imperfecta
Architect, Business Owner
Studio Pacifica, Ltd.

Ben B.
Learning disability
Career Advisor at Boeing

Wendy C.
Web Accessibility Engineer

Frank C.
Electrical Engineer
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs

Don D.
Visual impairment
Assistant Professor

Jennifer D.
Southwest Wisconsin Technical College

Dr. Imke D.
Physical Scientist
NOAA National Climatic Data Center

Samantha E.
Physical Disability
Student of Applied Mathematics and Psychology

John G.
President and CEO, ViewPlus Technologies

Marni G.
Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Education Director for Science Research
Stanford University

Julie G.
Paraplegic, Spinal Cord Injury (level L4)
Graduate Student in architecture

Steve H.
Cerebral Palsy
Student and Web Developer

Jeff H.
Software Engineer/Computer Programmer

Roger H.Stroke, kidney failure
Associate Professor Emeritus, Retired
Biological Structure
University of Washington School of Medicine

Ted H.
President, Henter Math, LLC

Mamoru I.
Assistant Professor
Computing and Assistive Technology Hiroshima University

Sungeeta J.
Director, The Orphan Project in India

Ed K.
Diabetes, mobility impairment
Biology Professor Emeritus
West Virginia University

Douglas L.
Cerebral Palsy
Life Instructor

Joshua L.
Ph.D. Candidate in physical chemistry
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sara L.
Program Administrator/Lecturer
UW Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership Program

Robert F. M.
Spina Bifida
Author: An Accident of Birth/
Educator; and Counselor

Jennifer M.
C1-Ventilator dependent quadriplegia
Assistive Technology Specialist
Courage Center Rehabilitation Facility

Bruce P.
Hearing impairment
School Improvement Coordinator
Vermont Department of Education

Tracy P.
Mobility impairment
Computer science, Spanish Major
Southwest State University

Dr. Gay Lloyd P.
Program Director and Speech Language Pathologist
Children's Therapy Center of Kent, WA

Ed P.
Neighborhood District Coordinator
City of Seattle, Department of Neighborhoods

Tracy R.
Cerebral Palsy
Research and Information Coordinator
University of Georgia

Charity R.
Friedreich's Ataxia
Independent Living Program Staff
Alliance of People with disAbilities

Sally R.
Workforce Specialist: Disability Program
Northwest Employment and Training Center

Andrew R.
Cerebral Palsy
Graduate Student

Greg S.
C-5 quadriplegia
Software Design Engineer

Carole S.
Cerebral Palsy
Software Developer Engineer

Keith S.

Vicki S.
Sr. Vocational Rehabilitation Coordinator

Virginia S.
American Association for the Advancement of Science

Bill T.
Retired Software Engineer

Aimee V.
Research Coordinator
Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center
University of Washington

Vasanth W.
Software Engineer

Sue Y.
Cerebral Palsy
Youth Services Coordinator
Center for Independent Living

Dr. Paul Z.