Glenda Nash-Buscarello, Coordinator
CU Denver Campus
Glenda is a full-time Coordinator for the office of Disability Resources and Services. Her responsibilities include providing direct services to students with disabilities. She conducts intake interviews,
reviews documentation, determines eligibility for accommodations, and serves as a referral source for the faculty, staff and students.
Glenda has a Master’s Degree in Education for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Orientation and Mobility from San Francisco State Universityand is a Nationally Certified Low Vision Therapist. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Grambling State University. Glenda has worked in disability services in the Denver Metropolitan area for nine years
She has a background in orientation and mobility, educating students with visual impairments in K-12 schools and in clinical low vision. In addition to working in disability services, Glenda has also taught Math and Reading at a local community college and provided instruction for a course entitled Disabilities in American Contemporary Society at the University of Colorado Boulder.Glenda has worked in disability services throughout Colorado and is passionate about working with students to assist them in reaching their full potential.