'94 Ambassadors

Group photo of 1994 DO-IT Scholars

The following Ambassadors began participating in DO-IT in 1994. They continue to pursue college and career goals and encourage younger Scholars and Ambassadors.

Anthony, '94 Scholar

Cerebral Palsy
Working in technical support area.

Ben, '94 Scholar

Spinal Muscular Dystrophy
B.A. in English, University of Washington. Attending law school at Pepperdine School of Law. Plans to do community litigation work.

Maria, '94 Scholar

B.S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington. Attending Clark College, studying computer networking.

Daniel, '94 Scholar

Learning disability
A.A. in Arts and Science, Pierce Community College. Works for Pacific Office Automation as a shop supervisor.

Travis, '94 Scholar

Health and orthopedic impairments, dwarfism
Majoring in computer science at Utah State University, UT.

Takuya, '94 Scholar

Health impairment, nervous system dysmorphia, and congenital scoliosis
Attending the University of Washington, pursuing career interests in physics, biology, mathematics, and computers.

Sherri, '94 Scholar

Visually impaired
Attending Southern Oregon University, OR, with a major in psychology and a minor in hotel, restaurant, and resort management.

Shawnna, '94 Scholar

Muscular Dystrophy
Working at Columbia Industries.

Nguyen, '94 Scholar

Paralysis from brain injury
Works at Deseret Industries Donation Center, WA.

Sara, '94 Scholar

Majoring in clinical lab science at the University of Nevada.

Jen, '94 Scholar

Undiagnosed severe neuropathy
Systems Administrator at own Internet Service Provider business. Runs several other businesses.

Carolyn, '94 Scholar

Cerebral Palsy and low vision
Pursuing teaching science at Shoreline Community College, WA.

Kris, '94 Scholar

Visual impairment
B.S. in Psychology and Chemistry, Oregon State University. Works at Nexus Information Security.

Megan, '94 Scholar

Chronic Lyme Disease
B.A. in Biology, Pacific Lutheran University. Works at INTRACEL (biotechnology company) in quality assurance microbiology. Hopes to attend graduate school.