Saint Louis University's Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources encourages you to contact any member of our team with questions or for more information about how we can help.
Director of the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources
Kendra received her Bachelor and her Master of Social Work degrees at Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri. Her background is in counseling, working with the K-12 population, as well as adults with mental health/substance abuse disorders.
Kendra began working at Saint Louis University in January 2016. Her favorite thing about working at SLU is having the opportunity to connect with students. Kendra enjoys spending time with loved ones, cooking, reading, being outdoors and traveling.
Alex received her Bachelor of Social Work degree at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and her Master of Social Work degree at Saint Louis University. She is a licensed social worker in the state of Missouri. While working towards her master’s degree, Alex was a graduate assistant for the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources. She has a background in working with adults with developmental disabilities, adults with epilepsy, and adults with dementia in long-term care facilities.
Alex joined the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources as a full-time employee in August 2019. Her favorite part of working at SLU are the relationships she builds with students. In her free time, Alex enjoys going to the gym, traveling and spending time with her husband, their cat, Hobbes, and their dog, Artemis.
Myles received his Bachelor of Arts in Education at Saint Louis University and his Master of Arts in Student Personnel Administration, with a concentration in disability in higher education, at Saint Louis University. Before attending graduate school, Myles was a high school special education teacher for Special School District of St. Louis County. He has a background in case management, transition planning, and data tracking for students with disabilities.
Myles joined the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources as a graduate assistant in the fall of 2019 and was hired as a coordinator in the fall of 2020. His favorite part of working at SLU is connecting with the students and seeing their success develop as they gain valuable experiences in the college environment. Myles spends his free time going to the gym, visiting his family in Chicago and spending time as a dad with his baby girl, Jane.
Graduate Assistant, South Campus Testing Center
Lydia received her Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Saint Louis University in May 2021 and is currently pursuing a Master's Degree of Public Health with a concentration in global health. After graduation, Lydia hopes to pursue a career working with international non-profit organizations.
In her free time, Lydia enjoys traveling, exploring new restaurants in St. Louis, and spending time with friends and family. Lydia is excited to continue engaging with the SLU community in her new role with the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources.
Graduate Assistant, North Campus Testing Center
Justin received his Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience at the University of Texas at Dallas and is currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Health Care Administration at Saint Louis University. He has extensive experience volunteering at behavioral health facilities and running student organizations and nonprofits.
In his free time, Justin enjoys playing and watching basketball, traveling, volunteering and spending time with friends. Justin is excited to join the SLU family and is looking forward to making a difference on campus.
Graduate Assistant, ADHD Coach
Jae received their Bachelor of Fine Arts at Northwestern College in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Jae has held positions as a professional sculptor, a puzzle master in an escape room, fixing bicycles and working in IT. They are currently pursing a Master of Arts in Family Therapy through the Department of Family and Community Medicine. They have an interest focus on neurodivergence and gender.
Jae is excited to work with other individuals with ADHD. They are looking forward to to connecting with students and using their personal experiences and tools to make progress towards success at SLU.