Cindy Poore-Pariseau, Ph.D., Disability KC co-chair, director for disability services at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
Matt Imboden serves as NASPA Region III representative for the Administrators in Graduate and Professional Student Services (AGAPSS) Knowledge Community. He has worked in higher education for ten years, including time in residence life/education, academic affairs, and student affairs leadership roles. As executive director of integrative student services, he works with an integrated student services team in the school of business at Wake Forest University that strives to seamlessly leverage advising, student involvement, registrar, conduct, assessment, financial services, case management, and curriculum design in a holistic way.
Michael Shuman has worked at the learning assistance center and disability services (LAC-DS) at Wake Forest University for over 20 years. He received a BA in French and music from Furman University; an MEd in higher education administration from the University of South Carolina; and a PhD in higher education administration from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In addition to providing academic counseling to WFU students, he specializes in the needs of students with physical, visual, and hearing impairments. Also, Michael provides ADHD coaching and coordinates the assistive technology and peer tutoring programs in the LAC-DS. His research interests include college student athletes and academic motivation.