Speaker Profile

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Biography

Allyson is a Director for the Oklahoma State University (OSU) Department of Wellness Sponsored Programs. In her role, she supports all Accessibility Programs including Oklahoma ABLE Tech, the state’s Assistive Technology (AT) Act Program, serving individuals of all ages, in all environments, statewide. Other programs include the Special Education Resolution Center (SERC) and the Oklahoma Rehabilitation Council (ORC), which allow for greater support and services to those in K-12 as well as adults ready for (or currently in) Oklahoma’s workforce, respectively. Allyson’s role supports OSU’s Student Accessibility Services as well.


Her background in speech pathology and assistive technology along with her passion to help people brought her to OSU 13 years ago. For 9 of those, she was also an adjunct lecturer at OSU teaching the Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) class to graduate students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. She worked previously for Pawnee Public Schools serving children ages 3-18 with speech and language needs. Allyson and her husband, Kyle, have three sons, Carter, Callan, and Conley, and a daughter, Claire.

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