Michelle Fassler joins Webster University and the Academic Resource Center (ARC) today—Friday, October 20—as the temporary Academic ADA Coordinator.
With more than 10 years of experience in education and human services, Fassler is skilled at relationship-building, advocacy, and data management. She has a master’s in school counseling and most recently worked at Places for People as a vocational services supervisor. She has also worked with individuals with disabilities as a benefits planning consultant and is a certified benefits specialist.
Fassler will pick up the work of former Academic ADA Coordinator Shelley Wolfmeyer, whose last day was Thursday, October 19. The Academic ADA Coordinator works with students and faculty and staff members to provide equal access for students with documented disabilities; facilitates Webster dialog to promote a greater understanding of disabilities and accommodations; and coordinates efforts, statistics, and metrics regarding disabilities and accommodations throughout the Webster world.