Earned a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Washington. Works as a controller for Oak Harbor Freight Lines.
Earned a bachelor’s degree in special education from Central Washington University. Works as a substitute teacher in Everett Public Schools. Has an American Eskimo dog named Edward.
Generalized anxiety disorder, learning disability
Earned two bachelor of science degrees in sociology and mechanical engineering technology from Central Washington University.
Has associate degrees in liberal arts and science, and pharmacy technology. Nationally certified pharmacy technician and working for Sanford Health. Has two girls and a boy.
Was looking forward to earning a college degree and becoming a software engineer when he died in April 2003 from a respiratory infection.
Left side paralysis and epilepsy, caused by a traumatic brain injury at 13
Earned a bachelor of arts degree from The Evergreen State College and a master of education in counseling from the University of Puget Sound. Employed as career specialist in the ACHIEVE Program at Highline College. Serves on the Governor’s Committee for Disability Issues and Employment and as co-vice chair of the Youth Leadership Forum. Received a 2015 DO-IT Trailblazer Award.
Spastic quadriplegia with ataxia and juvenile Stargardt’s disease
Graduated with an associate of arts degree from Skagit Valley Community College in 2008, and with an associate of applied science in computer networking degree from Bellingham Technical College in 2017. Currently working part-time at Whatcom Community College in the e-learning department testing the accessibility of documents and online resources for students who use screen readers and magnifiers.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Achieved his childhood dream of attending the University of Washington. Died in his dorm room in February 2004.
Earned a master of social work from Eastern Washington University.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, bilateral clubfeet
Earned a bachelor’s degree in archeology from the University of West Florida.
Attention deficit disorder
Attended college in Spokane, Washington.
Earned a bachelor’s degree in social services from Central Washington University and a library and technology certificate from Highline Community College. Currently works at Hopelink in their transportation call center helping individuals with Medicaid get rides to and from their medical appointments.
Dyslexia, short-term memory defect
Works as chemical process safety manager for two Georgia-Pacific facilities in Oregon. Married since 2010 and has two children. Recently purchased a 4-acre train park and venue: Tennessee Thunder Stand and Railroad in Lebanon, Oregon. Working on making it more accessible.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Earned an associate degree from Clark College. Studying digital technology and culture at Washington State University.
Continuing work on an accessible campaign game (a role-playing game, similar to Dungeons and Dragons) that will be both digital and table top.
C7 quadriplegic, profoundly deaf, respiratory fragility
Graduated from South Puget Sound Community College. Transferred to The Evergreen State College to earn a teaching degree and is currently studying Spanish.
Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressive
Graduated from Seattle Pacific University after studying to be a Spanish–English interpreter and translator. Passed away in November 2017.
Earned a bachelor of science in business administration from the University of Arizona and a master of arts in child and adolescent development from San Jose State University. Works for the Riekes Center in Menlo Park, California as the manager of adaptive and veterans programs. Married in May 2013 and lives in San Francisco, California. Represented the United States Paralympic Track and Field team at the 2015 World Championships in Doha, Qatar, and in the 2016 Paralympics in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
Interested in teaching history or science.