Ann Deschamps is the Director of the Center. She coordinates research projects, as well as training activities related to the ADA. Ann also manages the ADA Trainer Leadership Network, which works to expand ADA training opportunities in local communities.
Nancy Horton is the Associate Director. She writes articles and develops training materials and other content on all aspects of the ADA. She also maintains the Center's websites. Nancy has been working in the disability field for more than thirty years. Her experience includes conducting site accessibility surveys and architectural plans reviews, as well as training on employment issues, accessible design, and effective communication requirements.
Maynor Guillen is the E-Learning and Multimedia Producer for the Center. He manages the technical aspects of online learning, along with the production of webinars, podcasts, public service announcements, virtual events, and is involved in other projects. Prior to joining the Center, Maynor was the Assistive Technology Specialist for the City of Alexandria's One-Stop Center, where he provided employment services, training, and information on reasonable accommodations.
Carleen Crespo is the Information Specialist at the Center, where she responds to a wide variety of questions on the ADA. She also supports other Center activities, including planning for conferences and other events. She has a BA in English, and her previous experiences include working as an editor, acting as an event coordinator for a major bookstore, and serving as a Church Parish Administrator. Her many interests include music, theater, alternative medicine, and cooking for her family.