Founding Partner and Senior Advisor
A founding partner of and senior advisor to Meeting the Challenge, Inc., Randy also serves as a Senior Advisor to the Rocky Mountain ADA Center. In 1981 Randy was recognized by the Johns Hopkins 1st National Search for Computer Applications to Aid People with Disabilities. From 1994 through 1999, Randy sat on two Federal Advisory Committees to establish accessibility standards for electronic and information technology and facilities.
ADA Center Project Director and Director of Business Development
Rachael joined the MTC Team to serve as the Project Director for the Rocky Mountain ADA Center. The center project is one of 10 ADA centers, located around the country, charged with providing ADA information, informal guidance, and technical assistance to all those with rights and responsibilities under the law. Rachael quickly demonstrated her skills and talents for cultivating new clients and new business opportunities, and was promoted to the Director of Business Development.
ADA Training Specialist
Chris is the training specialist within the MTC Team. He joined MTC in 2015, after years in a career of corporate training. Chris is an expert in the training field and has the responsibility of creating, developing, and updating all MTC and ADA Center training courses. He specializes in on-line ADA Learning Management System training modules, and continues to develop new training topics, which are made available for the public.
Glenn provides his ADA accessibility expertise to outdoor and recreation accessibility, which includes National Parks, the U.S. Forest Service, the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, as well as city parks and playgrounds. He has been with MTC since 2011 performing comprehensive accessibility assessments, developing implementation plans, providing resource sensitive accessibility recommendations, and helping modify, reorganize, and redesign park programs and facilities, to meet ADA, ABA, and Section 504 accessibility standards.
Chris joined the MTC Team in June of 2016, as a field technician, to assist with on-site data collection projects, utilizing the MTC proprietary software for data collection while identifying ADA accessibility issues, during the on-site data collection process.