Hello, my name is Andrea Mano, and I am an assistive technologist with DO-IT. My main role is to support the technology needs of our DO-IT Scholars, as well as engage in our other projects. I have a bachelor's in mechanical engineering and have a long history of working in assistive technology and with people with disabilities.
My name is Hadi Rangin, and I am an information technology accessibility specialist at the Accessibility Technology Center and DO-IT. I identify accessibility issues on campus and promote universally designed software. I have a master's degree in computer science.
My name is Laura Roy. I am an operations specialist. In this position I focus on fiscal duties and managing our student office assistants. I graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in comparative literature.
My name is Terrill Thompson. I am the manager of the IT Accessibility Team at the UW and within DO-IT. 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 disabilities. I also teach accessible web design to students through our ongoing series of Web Accessibility Trainings.
My name is Tami Tidwell. I work as a counselor/coordinator for DO-IT. My main role is to work with high school and college students on topics like college admissions, scholarships, internships, employment, accommodations, and disclosure strategies. I enjoy working closely with students through our DO-IT Scholars and Neuroscience for Neurodiverse Learners (NNL) programs. I have a degree in psychology from Texas Christian University.
I'm Eric Trekell. I'm a program operations specialist with the DO-IT Center. I have a bachelor's degree with dual majors in government and history from Adams State University of Colorado, and a master's degree in educational administration from Texas A&M University, College Station. My past work experience includes teaching student success courses, working in TRiO and Queer resource center programs at universities and, since relocating to Seattle in 2014, working in disability services programs at community colleges.
My name is Elizabeth Woolner, and I am the publications coordinator and program operations specialist for DO-IT. My main role is to organize, create, and manage all of our web content, publications, and other products. I have a bachelor's in English and a certificate in editing, both from the University of Washington.