Meet the DRC Staff

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AJ Duxbury

Interim Director


AJ is the Interim Director for the DRC.  She graduated from the University of Hawai’i, Mānoa with a Master of Arts in American studies, focusing on minority students in higher education, and a Graduate Certificate in disability and diversity studies.  Prior to that she received a Bachelor of Arts in creative writing.  Her previous work …more about AJ Duxbury

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Katelynn Creeley

Interim Assistant Director, Deaf Services Specialist


Katelynn Creeley has a Bachelor’s degree in American Sign Language Interpreting from Western Oregon University and a minor in Deaf Studies.  She enjoys spending her free time volunteering in the Deaf and Deafblind communities, as well as attending events and workshops advancing her education.  When Katelynn isn’t busy with her “hands up’ she enjoys reading, …more about Katelynn Creeley

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Jessica Moller

Access Specialist


Jessica Moller has a Bachelor’s from Gonzaga University in Psychology and a Master’s in Human Services from Northeastern University. In her free time she enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, and spending time with family and friends. 


Ana Palma-Gutierrez

Program Specialist


Ana is excited to provide a safe and welcoming environment to all who access the DRC. Ana enjoys reading, writing, drinking coffee, and learning new languages.

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Raymona Baldwin

Assistive Technology Specialist


Raymona is the Assistive Technology Specialist at Bellevue College. A generalist, she works alongside individuals with all types of disabilities and barriers. Learning disability software, and the application of mobile technology are favored areas of practice. She enjoys participating in researching, writing, speaking, and presenting about ideas related to disability and technology. Raymona earned professional …more about Raymona Baldwin

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Carole Stoddard

eText Manager


I am Carole Stoddard, the new eText Manager at the Disability Resource Center. I am a Washingtonian, having grown up in the hilltop Tacoma area. I got my bachelor’s degree in Russian Language, Literature and Culture from the University of Washington, Seattle. If you have ever wanted someone to discuss Russian art or literature with, I …more about Carole Stoddard

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Jeremiah Swagger



Jeremiah has been with the DRC full-time for a few years now.  In addition to providing students with a safe, distraction-free testing environment, Jeremiah assists with maintaining the MyDRC database and the DRC website.  When not on campus, Jeremiah enjoys writing, reading, drinking coffee, and watching it rain.


Fernando J. Duenas



I am primarily the morning proctor in the DRC Testing Center. To get to know me you first have to know that I am not supposed to be here – when I was five I was in a horrific car accident in which all but my step-dad sustained life-altering injuries. In the R.V., while crashing, …more about Fernando J. Duenas