Meet the Disabilities Services Coordinators
Elisha ColsonDisability Services Coordinator
970-870-4450 | email@example.com
CMC Steamboat Springs
I am the Disability Services Coordinator on the Steamboat Campus, happily serving students with documented disabilities. I have been living in Routt County for the past 15 years working in education in varying capacities, usually with an emphasis on working with people with disabilities striving for independence, equality, and inclusionary practices.
I obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Studies from Northern Michigan University. Eventually stumbling into the beauty of Education while serving as an AmeriCorps worker in a public school. After that I went on to receive a Masters of Education with an emphasis on Cross-Categorical Disabilities.
Growing up in Michigan, I enjoyed the changing seasons, and spending most of my time outside. After graduating from college I made my way to Steamboat Springs, Colorado. I have made my home here in the mountains continuing to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle with my family.
J. Dan Hammon, M.A.Disability Services Coordinator
970-947-8256 | firstname.lastname@example.org
CMC Carbondale, Glenwood Springs, Spring Valley and Aspen Campuses
Spring Valley Campus, Calaway Academic Center, Rm 155
My office serves the Roaring Fork (Carbondale, Glenwood Springs and Spring Valley) and Aspen Campuses by supporting students with documented disabilities and the college community with all accommodation and accessibility needs. I strive to ensure that students registered with my department receive equal access to all CMC educational courses and related benefits that the college provides to all enrolled members of our community.
If interested in more information regarding Disability Services at these campuses, please, feel free to contact me with your questions or concerns.
I am a 2016 transplant to the Rocky Mountains after being raised in the Southeastern part of the United States. My educational training has been centered on the support, emotional and academic advancement, and overall inclusion of all people pursuing a degree beyond high school.
I hold a Master of Arts Degree in College Student Development and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology – Human Services from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. I have dedicated my professional career thus far to disability access in the higher education setting, and my overall focus is to provide an equitable educational environment for students and Colorado Mountain College as a whole.