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.
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 B.A. in English and a certificate in editing, both from the University of Washington.