'98 Ambassadors: Washington Ambassadors

Group photo of 1998 Washington DO-IT Scholars

Washington Ambassadors

The following Ambassadors began participating in DO-IT as Scholars in 1998. They continue to pursue college and career goals and encourage younger DO-IT Scholars and Ambassadors.

Katrina, '98 Scholar

Traumatic brain injury
Earned an associate's degree in integrated studies from Cascadia Community College, and a bachelor's degree in global studies with a minor in human rights from the University of Washington, Bothell. Received a DO-IT Trailblazer award in 2012. Working to become a freelance professional genealogist.

Eddie, '98 Scholar

Earned a degree in mechanical engineering from Spokane Falls Community College.

Shavonne, '98 Scholar

Earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of New Orleans.

Matt, '98 Scholar

Mobility impairment
Attended Spokane Falls Community College. Hopes to become a network security analyst.

Chris, '98 Scholar

Attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, dysgraphia
Head technician for AV-Pro, co-owner of Faded Karma Productions, on call front desk supervisor at the Hotel Max, and live sound engineer for Super Geek League's Sci Fi Punk Circus.

Chanon, '98 Scholar

Cerebral palsy
Studied social work at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, and the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater. Received a black Labrador service dog named Jersey from Paws With a Cause.

Marissa, '98 Scholar

Cerebral palsy
Earned two associate's degrees and works full time at the Federal Aviation Administration as an office administrator.

Crystal, '98 Scholar

Visual impairment
Interested in attending a community college in the Portland area.

Reginald, '98 Scholar

Attention deficit disorder
Earned a bachelor's degree from Fort Valley State University.

Khrystal, '98 Scholar

Full-time mother and wife.

Michael, '98 Scholar

Learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Earned a bachelor of science degree, double majoring in mathematical sciences and physics, from the University of Alberta. Earned a bachelor of arts degree in secondary education. Works for Qi Creative as an education consultant and behavior coach, helping children with special needs, their families, and communities. Runs his own marketing company that specializes in social cause and social norm campaigns.

Silas, '98 Scholar

Visual impairment
Interested in programming or designing video games.

Jesse, '98 Scholar

Dyslexia, attention deficit disorder
Earned a bachelor's degree in informatics with a minor in dance from the University of Washington. Received a DO-IT Trailblazer award in 2005. Works at Amazon.

Todd, '98 Scholar

Attention deficit disorder
Works as musician.

Arnell, '98 Scholar

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, communication disorder
Worked in retail.

Nichole, '98 Scholar

Scoliosis and kyphosis with metatrophic dwarfism, dysplasia, epilepsy
Earned a bachelor's degree in communication from The Evergreen State College. Will open a specialty bakery in south Puget Sound later this year.

Corey, '98 Scholar

Tourette's syndrome, attention deficit disorder, panic disorder
Earned a degree in mechanical engineering from Seattle University.

Abraham, '98 Scholar

Visual impairment
Plans to pursue a career in music.