Earned a bachelor’s degree in architectural studies from the University of Washington and a master’s degree in theatre arts from San Diego State University. Works as an accessibility consultant with DO-IT Mentor Karen Braitmayer and does freelance work with Seattle theater companies.
Earned a bachelor’s degree in political science, with honors, from the University of Oklahoma. Entrepreneur and investor.
Mild static encephalopathy, patella femoral syndrome
Earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Washington. Graduated from the funeral service program at Lake Washington Institute of Technology. Works for Comcast. Married fellow ‘00 Scholar Nohemi Romero.
Works as an advocate for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities at The Arc of Snohomish County. Leads a self-advocacy women’s group, a People First group, and the All Aboard group, which facilitates a transition club for teens and young adults in both Edmonds and Jackson high school districts. Accompanies individuals with disabilities to the Washington State Capitol for Advocacy Days. Member of the Governor’s Task Force Overtime Committee.
Earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from Eastern Washington University. Has a son.
Currently the engineering manager for Nordstrom Security Assessment and Cloud Security Teams.
Earned an associate degree from Wenatchee Valley College. Attends Central Washington University, majoring in public relations.
Earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Washington State University and a master’s degree in sustainable real estate development from Tulane University in New Orleans. Works for Bellwether Housing in Seattle as a housing developer focusing on affordable housing projects in Seattle and Western Washington. Served in the Peace Corps in Bulgaria and previously lived in Washington, DC. Lives in Seattle with his wife and dog.
Dyslexia and other learning differences
Earned an associate degree from Shoreline Community College with two supporting certificates in film. Completed an additional certificate in railroad conducting from Johnson County Community College in conjunction with the National Academy of Railroad Sciences. Continues to work for Ballard Terminal Railroad and has worked for Eastern Washington Gateway Railroad, with five years of railroad experience. Continues to explore opportunities in mapping and photography using a new 360 degree camera. Learning about how to better support 3-D mapping utilizing computer vision in lidar and photogrammetry for Open Street Map applications and other possibilities. Also working on game creation as a side job.
Earned a certificate in culinary arts from North Seattle College.
Earned an associate degree in computer science. Plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Married fellow ‘00 Scholar Brian Frisbie. Lives in Everett, Washington.
Earned a master’s degree in education.
Earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Washington. Works as the deputy Section 508 coordinator for the Centers for Disease Control in North Carolina.
Earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from Eastern Washington University. Attends graduate school in vocational rehabilitation counseling at Western Washington University. Lives in the Seattle area for an internship and is studying for a certification.
Earned a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Washington and a master’s degree from Gonzaga University. Works for a foreclosure prevention non-profit organization in Seattle, Washington. Has a daughter.