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My name is Sheryl Burgstahler and I am the founder and director of DO-IT. I have a husband, Dave, and a son, Travis, who are both dedicated DO-IT volunteers. I have a master's degree in mathematics, with a strength in computer science, and a Ph.D. in higher education. I am the Director of the Accessible Technology division at the University of Washington (UW) and an Affiliate Associate Professor in Education. DO-IT combines my personal, academic, and professional interests.
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]I'm Scott Bellman. I work as a counselor/coordinator for DO-IT. I help students find challenging internships and jobs throughout the year. I completed a master's degree in 1996. I am currently a licensed mental health counselor in Washington State. My discipline is cognitive behavioral psychology. I enjoy my work at DO-IT, which includes career counseling, writing, planning events, coordinating projects, supervising interns, mentoring, and of course Summer Study! My interests include performance art, camping and hiking, carpentry, and travel.
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I'm Dan Comden. When not serving as a technical nerd for DO-IT, I manage the Access Technology Lab (ATL) at the University of Washington. At the ATL we work directly with students, faculty, and staff with disabilities who need to access computing resources.
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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. I have a husband, Shawn, and a son, Joshua.
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My name is Marvin Crippen. I help with technical support, work on DO-IT websites, and support the UW Access Technology Lab.
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My name is Doug Hayman. I'm the technology specialist for DO-IT Scholars. When not at work, I play guitar, hike, and hang out with friends.
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My name is Mike Lewis and this will be my fourth summer working at DO-IT. For the rest of the year I work as a special education teacher in the Northshore School District. My hobbies include traveling, playing tennis, and being outdoors.
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I'm Michael Richardson, DO-IT program manager. I have served people with disabilities in the fields of vocational rehabilitation and human resources. I have a severe/profound hearing loss and use a cochlear implant. I earned a bachelor's degree in health science from California State University, Northridge, and I am pursuing a master's degree in public administration at the University of Washington. In my free time I spend time with my wife and three children and ride vintage British motorcycles.
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Hi. My name is Lisa Stewart and I am a counselor/coordinator for DO-IT. I attended college at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and majored in psychology. I enjoy working with and learning from all the youth and young adults that I have crossed paths with over the years. I enjoy a good conversation, music, traveling, and spending quality time with friends and family.
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My name is Terry Thompson. I am a technology specialist for DO-IT. In this position I help to educate K-12 and postsecondary educational institutions, technology vendors, government agencies, and others on how to ensure that technology is accessible to individuals with disabilites. I live in Bellingham and work most of the time from an office at Western Washington University. When I am not working, you can usually find me hiking in the mountains, playing guitar, or spending quality time with my family.
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Hi! My name is Tami Tidwell. I work as a counselor/coordinator for DO-IT. My main role is to help students find and employers create quality work-based learning experiences. I always look forward to working with the DO-IT Scholars during Summer Study. I was born and raised in Cowtown (a.k.a. Ft. Worth, TX). I have my bachelor's degree in psychology from Texas Christian University. Outside of work, I enjoy hanging out with friends, taking in live music, shopping, reading, gardening, spending time with family, and relaxing.
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My name is Debra Zawada. I started working at DO-IT in 2004. My background is as a high school teacher and transition counselor. Outside of work, when not spending time with friends and family, I love to garden, create things, and take my dog Lena for walks.