Rachael Stafford is the project director for The Rocky Mountain ADA Center (RMADA). Her role as project director is to lead the RMADA’s staff as it provides information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to individuals in its seven state region.
The center provides technical assistance, in-person training(s) and acts as a hub for additional resources for people with ADA questions; living in the rocky mountain region. Rachael has been quoted, since her hiring in 2014, in many news outlets on behalf of the ADA including: The Associated Press, Harvard Crimson, Colorado Springs Business Journal, CBS Denver, Rapid City Daily Journal, Apostrophe Magazine, among several others. She learned first-hand the need for improved accessibility in the U.S. when she was private council to Tony Curtis, Hollywood actor, who used a wheelchair.
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