Jamie Anderson

Kim Singleton

Grant Manager

Kim Singleton led TechOWL, Pennsylvania’s Assistive Technology Act program for seven years. Under Kim’s leadership, the TechOWL team strives to inform and empower people of all ages and disabilities. The TechOWL team made significant contributions and gained recognition for helping people discover, try, choose, and get assistive technology.

Kim received her education at Ohio University (B.S.) and Miami University (M.S.), earning Communication and Speech-Language Pathology degrees. She worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist for over 35 years. Kim has lived and worked in Ohio, South Carolina, and Pennsylvania throughout her career.

She is known for her innovative approaches to providing direct services, collaborating with others, and program/system development. She knows that disability is a natural part of the human condition. She continues to push limits to make the world more accessible, inclusive, and connected.

Contact Kim (kim.singleton@ataporg.org) with comments, suggestions, and questions related to the AT3 Center as well as other topics supporting the implementation of Section 4 of the AT Act.

Marty Exline

C. Marty Exline

Training and Outreach Lead

Marty has over 30 years of administrative experience in disability services including 23 years with the Missouri Assistive Technology program. As Director of the Missouri program, he was directly responsible for implementation of all state AT program activities. Marty’s expertise also includes community living and implementation of the ADA as well as AT policy and funding knowledge especially in the areas of Medicaid, Medicaid waivers, and health insurance.

Contact Marty (Marty.Exline@ataporg.org) with comments, suggestions, and questions related to Leadership Symposium activities, New Directors training, Affinity Group meetings and accessible transportation as well as other topics supporting the implementation of Section 4 of the AT Act.

Marty Exline

Ryan Rausch

Training and Outreach Lead

Ryan served for seven years as the co-manager of Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources (WATR), the state’s Assistive Technology Act program. Ryan’s work has focused on supporting an individual’s participation in everyday life activities, including work, school, and recreation. With a broad background in occupational therapy, Ryan draws upon his past work experiences in the schools, the Veterans Affairs health care system, home health care, and higher education to help inform his current work. Ryan’s passion is assistive technology earning the Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) certification which recognizes those who have reached an internationally accepted standard of knowledge and who demonstrate a commitment to providing the highest ethical standards of practice. Ryan is dedicated to increasing the availability of assistive technology devices and services for people with disabilities.

Contact Ryan (ryan.rausch@ataporg.org) with comments, suggestions, and questions related to outreach and training, including Community of Practice activities, and other training and outreach related to program management, state level, and state leadership, as well as other topics supporting the implementation of Section 4 of the AT Act.

Jamie Anderson

Jamie Anderson

Membership and Operations

Jamie Anderson is experienced in non-profit special education and disability advocacy bringing personal experience in advocating for her own son. A long-time DC and northern Virginia resident, Jamie began her career in the U.S. Senate working on environmental issues. Her love of data eventually took her to the U.S. Census Bureau where she worked for more than 10 years. Since leaving the government, Jamie has worked for non-profit educational and disability organizations providing support in event planning and management, data management, training, editing and advocacy support.