Stephanie specializes in the cultural communication of people with significant mobility and communicative differences and their autonomy, independence, and sense of self. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies with honors and is earning her Master’s Degree in Communication Studies, both at San Jose State. She hones in on the relationships between the AAC communicators and their support systems. As a full-time and lifelong augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) communicator, Stephanie periodically presents about her insights and experiences with AAC in graduate seminars and also presents on the national level. Her presentations can be found on YouTube. Also, she helps children, teenagers, and young adults with their communication devices and instructs courses on ableism.
You can reach Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Katerina focuses on Assistive Technology (AT), specifically on the development and design of new tools. She has a passion for finding creative ways to help individuals have access to whatever they wish to be able to do. She works for Eyegaze Inc., an eye-tracking company based in Virginia, and helps to manage this website in her spare time. She has her B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Vermont, and is in a Master’s program in Assistive Technology Engineering at California State University – Northridge.
You can reach Katerina at email@example.com