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Photo of Allison Hobgood, a 40-something white woman with short, dark curly hair. She is wearing spiral earrings and a dark t-shirt. She is smiling at the camera. Behind her is a partially-visible bookcase with some books peaking out.
Allison Hobgood, a 40-something white woman with short, dark curly hair. She is wearing spiral earrings and a dark t-shirt. She is smiling at the camera. Behind her is a partially-visible bookcase with some books peaking out.

艾莉森·霍布古德(Allison P. Hobgood)担任科瓦利斯日间停放中心(Corvallis Daytime Drop-in Center)的执行主任,该中心是为长期贫困者提供的日间资源和社区中心。她以前是威拉米特大学英语和妇女与性别研究的教授,现在专注于基层社区的残疾人和无家可归者司法组织。 

Photo of Abby Mulcahy, a white person with cropped brown hair and dark-rimmed square glasses. They are wearing a black blazer in a brightly lit room with a picture frame slightly visible behind them.
Abby Mulcahy, a white person with cropped brown hair and dark-rimmed square glasses. They are wearing a black blazer in a brightly lit room with a picture frame slightly visible behind them.

Abby Mulcahy is a co-founder of the Disability Equity Center. Abby completed their PhD in public health at Oregon State University and is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center to Improve Veteran Involvement in Care at the VA Portland Healthcare System, as well as a Delivery Systems Science Fellow through AcademyHealth.

Kate Williams is a white woman with dark brown hair and bangs and pink glasses smiling in front of a wall of pink roses. She is wearing a black and white sleeveless dress.

Kate Williams (she/her) serves as the Director of Advocacy Supports at the Disability Equity Center. Kate has supported the disability community professionally for twelve years, with experience serving folks across the lifespan and in both the private and non-profit sector. She is especially passionate about cross-disability community organizing and holistic health and wellness programming. She loves cats, yoga, and radical social justice! 

Zina Allen每周三晚上太平洋时间5:00-6:00主持健康星期三支持小组。

Laura Estreich, a white woman with long, straight, brown hair, wearing a pink floral sleeveless top. She is smiling and wearing pink lipstick. Behind her is an archway of red roses and green leaves, and a green lawn with a picnic table.
Laura Estreich, a white woman with long, straight, brown hair, wearing a pink floral sleeveless top. She is smiling and wearing pink lipstick. Behind her is an archway of red roses and green leaves, and a green lawn with a picnic table.

Laura Estreich是DEC实习生。她出生时患有发展障碍的唐氏综合症。她是西北唐氏综合症协会OCCD理事会成员,自我倡导者,也是“翅膀过渡”计划的学生。

Lzz is a white person with short light brown hair and square glasses. They are wearing a blue jacket over a collared shirt, and are smiling and standing in front of green bushes.
Lzz is a white person with short light brown hair and square glasses. They are wearing a blue jacket over a collared shirt, and are smiling and standing in front of green bushes.

Lzz Johnk is serving as a media and website volunteer for the DEC. They are currently a visiting professor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Grand Valley State University. They previously worked as an Archival Assistant for the OSU Disability Archives.

Skyler is a white person with short, curly brown hair. They are wearing a white collared shirt under a black jacket and have a dark blue background behind them.
Skyler is a white person with short, curly brown hair. They are wearing a white collared shirt under a black jacket and have a dark blue background behind them.

Skyler Scott is a DEC intern. They are a student at Western Oregon University. Their major is Interdisciplinary Studies with focus areas in American Sign Language and Writing.

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Rebecca is a white woman with shoulder-length dark brown hair. She is wearing a green sweater under a black rain jacket. Behind her is a green field with trees under a bright blue sky.
Rebecca is a white woman with shoulder-length dark brown hair. She is wearing a green sweater under a black rain jacket. Behind her is a green field with trees under a bright blue sky.

Rebecca Olson is Associate Professor of English at Oregon State University. She is passionate about improving access in education through trauma-informed and critical pedagogy, programs designed to support working class students, and more inclusive open educational resources.

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