Kristal BertonneauAccess Coordinator
719-486-2015 | email@example.com
Leadville and Salida Campuses
My office serves the Leadville and Salida 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 the related benefits that the college provides to all enrolled members of its community.
I have lived in Leadville for 18 years, and have enjoyed working in education in a variety of roles. I obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Biology from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. I started working in Education as an English as a Second Language Teacher in Japan. After that I went on to receive a Literacy Instruction Authorization from CDE and taught ESL to adult students in Colorado. I continued with grant management in the Lake County School District for multiple years. My eyes were opened to the fulfillment of removing barriers for student success, which I continue to enjoy at CMC.
If interested in more information regarding Access, Inclusion, and Disability Office at these campuses, please feel free to contact me with your questions or concerns.
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Biology, Fort Lewis College
- Literacy Instruction Authorization, Colorado Department of Education
- Association on Higher Education and Disability
I have lived in Leadville for 18 years. I have two active teenagers, a dog, and a cranky old cat.
Growing up in Montana, I enjoyed my time outside, skiing and hiking. I have made my home here in the mountains of Colorado, where I enjoy the outdoor lifestyle with my family.