Graduated from Earlham College with a degree in computer science and politics. Interested in computer programming, math, science, and choral singing.
Cerebral palsy, visual and hearing impairments
Graduated from the University of Washington Bothell in spring 2018 with a major in community psychology and a minor in disability studies. Recently finished first year of master’s program in rehabilitation mental health counseling. Hoping to work with the Deaf community in Seattle as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. Received service dog, Mabel, through Summit Assistance Dogs in November 2017.
Cerebral palsy and specific learning disability
Earned an associate degree in applied science in business administration from Spokane Falls Community College. Plans to pursue a certificate in professional baking from Spokane Community College.
Graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a degree in history with minors in Spanish and religion. Currently working for the federal government.
Cerebral palsy and learning disabilities
Earned an associate degree in applied science in business administration from Spokane Falls Community College and a certificate in social media. Plans to attend phlebotomy school.
Graduated from The Evergreen State College with a degree in environmental sciences and Shoreline Community College with a two-year degree. Currently working for the Bellevue Parks Department.
Nonverbal learning disability, dysgraphia
Attends college and is interested in political science. Worked as a youth camp counselor and soccer referee and wants to be a band teacher. Lobbied a bill for financial education in math classes in Olympia.
Earned an associate’s degree from Bellevue College and a bachelor’s degree in graphic design from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. Works as a designer for a local graphics and sign company. Enjoys skiing and mountain biking.
Graduated from Columbia University with a master’s in public health and University of Washington (UW) with bachelor’s degrees in biology and public health. She is currently a doctoral student in the Department of Health Services at UW School of Public Health, her area of emphasis is occupational health services. Erica also works as a research analyst for Safety and Health Assessment and Research for Prevention (SHARP) at Washington State Labor and Industries.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Attended Western Washington University. Works part-time on the family farm as a bookkeeper.
Studying occupational therapy at Eastern Washington University. Started a wheelchair basketball program on campus and an adaptive rock climbing program. Additionally, has assisted with an adaptive kayaking program.
Studying personal training at Highline Community College. Works at the YMCA.
Earned an associate of arts degree with an emphasis in chemistry and associate of science degrees in chemistry and biology. Took classes toward bachelors degree at Washington State University. Completed undergraduate research on isotopes in the rain and participated in club leadership as website director for the Society of Professional Engineers.
Graduated from California State University, Chico with a degree in business information systems with an emphasis in management. Working as an IT engineer for DXC Technology focusing on systems, applications, and products implementation and support.
Played basketball for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Plans on being a youth counselor.
Earned post baccalaureate paralegal certificate at Edmonds Community College. Left Phillips Law Firm to become an insurance claim handler with Allstate Insurance.
Auditory processing disorder
Graduate of Portland Community College with an associate of applied science degree in architectural design and drafting. Works full-time as a computer-aided design drafter at Power Engineers in Lake Oswego, OR. Works in the substation department with engineers and designers to help them with their drafting needs on a variety of projects with different power companies.
Brain tumor causing learning delays, health impairments
Attends Western Oregon University working to earn a bachelor’s degree and become an American Sign Language interpreter. May pursue a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling and eventually work with individuals who are deaf. Works at Partnerships in Community Living to support people with developmental disabilities.
After graduating from Napavine High School, took online college classes in his area of interest, psychology. He joked that he wanted to be the next Dr. Phil. Aspired to work with families, with children or in the field of drug addiction and will always be remembered for his sense of humor and playful nature. Passed away in April 2018.
Spinal muscular atrophy type 2
Graduated from the University of Washington Bothell with a double major in communications and sociology.