Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disability (written language)
Earned a bachelor of music degree from Western Washington University and a master of music degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Auditioning for operatic roles around the United States and Europe. Focusing on public outreach to increase people’s exposure to opera.
Traumatic brain injury
Earned a bachelor’s degree in humanities for teaching with a minor in mathematics and a master’s degree in teaching secondary mathmatics from Seattle University. Teaches high school math in Seattle. Received the DO-IT Trailblazer award in 2011.
Amyoplasia arthrogyposis multiplex congenital
Earned a degree in speech communication with a minor in leadership studies from Whitworth University. Works for Pyrotek Inc. as a business analyst while starting a business on the side.
Attention deficit disorder
Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology from Washington State University. Worked in a neuro‑electrophysiology lab. Now works for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife as a scientific field tech, currently monitoring steelhead retention.
Pursuing a degree in psychology while also working as a social media promotion agent for various entertainers and businesses across the Los Angeles area.
Has two children, Jordan and Austin. Cares for children and mother-in-law.
Employed as a paraeducator working with young adults with autism. Uses art to express life experiences as a person with a disability.
Dyslexia, diabetes, adrenal failure
Earned a bachelor of science in physics from Western Washington University and a masters of science in mechanical engineering from the University of Washington. Works for Amnis, part of EMD Millipore, designing and creating assembly drawings for their imaging flow cytometers.
Plans to attend Everett Community College.
Graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in human services. Works as an activities aide at a rehabilitation center calling bingo in the evening.
Graduated from Shoreline Community College; was transferring to the University of Washington to study social work and disability law when she died after surgery in July 2010. Engaged with The Arc of Snohomish County and Disability Rights Washington and competed in the Special Olympics.
Earned an associate’s degree from Cascadia Community College and a bachelor’s degree in society, ethics, and human behavior at the University of Washington, Bothell. Completed an internship in The Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities program at the University of Washington Center on Human Development and Disability.
Assistant Volunteer Coordinator for The Arc of Whatcom County. Volunteers at Parent to Parent of Whatcom County, Max Higbee Center, and FACES (Families for Autistic Children’s Education & Support) Northwest.
Attention deficit disorder and dyslexia
Earned a degree in English from Western Washington University. Worked with the Franciscan Volunteer Ministry in Philadelphia.
Has a part-time job at Publix. Volunteers with the Special Olympics chapter in Broward County, Florida. Has a miniature schnauzer dog named Kiera.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Attended Cascadia Community College. Completed an internship with the University of Washington Athletic Department, Women’s Crew. Passed away in January 2014.
Earned degrees in economics and math from Gonzaga University. Pursuing a doctoral degree in finance at the University of Southern California. Interned at Boeing, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA).
Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Earned a bachelor of arts in history with a minor in Spanish from Pacific Lutheran University. Tutored college students in Spanish. Art blog can be found at www.russelltaylorart.blogspot.com.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Washington State University. Pursuing a position as an engineer involved in the use of nuclear fusion as an energy source.
Attended Columbia Basin College and plans to transfer to Eastern Washington University to study child psychology.
Cerebral palsy, ataxia, learning disability
Earned an associate’s degree from Olympic College and a bachelor’s degree in early childhood and family studies from the University of Washington. Earned a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from Western Washington University.