Elizabeth Woodruff, MA, is a Professional Research Assistant and the Education Coordinator with Assistive Technology Partners in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus. Ms. Woodruff received her Master's Degree in Political Science from the University of Colorado Denver. At ATP she is responsible for coordinating trainings for individuals with disabilities, their families and service providers along with marketing educational opportunities to the faculty and community. Ms. Woodruff provides information and assistance with the Assistive Technology Program of Colorado, a federally funded program to promote statewide access to and acquisition of assistive technology. In addition she helps raise awareness about assistive technology through various strategies including managing social marketing. Ms. Woodruff also works on the Colorado Department of Education's SWAAAC project providing resources for professional development and running the Loan Bank for AT specialists in the public schools statewide. Ms. Woodruff has worked for ATP since 2009, previously as a student working with the SWAAAC project.
What I love about my job...
“I started working for ATP as a student with no knowledge about Assistive Technology or the work being done by the instructors, researchers, engineers and clinicians at ATP. I have enjoyed learning about all the incredible AT devices that are available for individuals with disabilities. I look forward to continuing to serve ATP as Education Coordinator where I can continue to spread the word about the amazing work being done here."
Contact Elizabeth Woodruff:
University of Colorado Denver
Assistive Technology Partners, Department of Bioengineering
Campus Box 180
1201 5th Street, Admin Bldg, Suite #240
Denver, CO 80204