Kelsey Hall, Ed.M., M.S. CCC-SLP
Kelsey provides training to students, faculty, and staff on assistive technologies to support and enhance curriculum access. Kelsey ensures the Assistive Technology Center is well-equipped with up-to-date and well-researched software and tools to support diverse learning needs. She is frequently found presenting and educating the campus community on the use of assistive technology and accessibility to ensure a positive experience for UMass campus community members. Kelsey is passionate about universal design for learning principles and celebrating neurodiversity!
Joshua Pearson, B.A.
Josh Pearson is an alum of the UMass Department of Communication, graduating with a B.A. in 2015. He now works part-time as the Departmental Assistant for the Assistive Technology Center, and will be enrolling in law school to practice Disability/Civil Rights law this fall. He has worked on campus for the past 5 years in conjunction with his studies, in various roles in both the Disability Services and IT departments with his main area of focus being championing and educating on behalf of the rights of students/faculty with disabilities and improving access to assistive technology in all areas of campus.
Assistive Technology Center (ATC)
University of Massachusetts Amherst
154 Hicks Way, Lower Level, Room 43
Amherst, MA 01003