Daman Wandke, MBA, is the Founder and CEO of Wandke Consulting. Beyond his role at Wandke Consulting, Daman is greatly involved in the disability community. As someone living with a disability, Daman applies his unique perspectives on accessibility to create effective consulting practices for organizations aiming to be more inclusive. On top of his life of disability advocacy and entrepreneurship, Daman is an avid traveler and bicyclist. Learn more about Daman.
Director of Accessibility
Kyann Flint is a passionate advocate for the disability community. As a person with a disability, Kyann lives life with the motto of “Defying the Defined Disability”; she strives to educate society on how social barriers, like ignorance and stereotypes, that limit the disability community. Kyann is also a lover of coffee and travel.
Jan Flint received her B.A. in Education from Central Washington University and is a retired teacher. She is a children’s book author who is currently creating a nine-book series on disability inclusion. Jan also loves to walk her dog Lily and teach her tricks. Jan enjoys traveling and learning about different cultures–the excitement of new places and new foods.
Kim Kosta, who lives in Morgantown, West Virginia, received her B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Alabama. Prior to working in the computer security field, Kim was a Personal Care Assistant (PCA). She also enjoys knitting and creating digital artwork.
SEED Program Manager
Julie Peddy, from the Chicago area, moved to Seattle 30 plus years ago, has a B.S. in Public Administration, a Masters of Public Administration, and an M.A. in Rehabilitation Counseling. Julie, involved in the disability community for years, inevitably crossed paths with Daman; she served on the DO-IT advisory committee and engaged in the Youth Leadership Forum. Her hobbies include volunteer work (including animal rescue), cooking, and canning.
Alina Purcell is from Eagle River, Alaska. She received a Bachelor of Education in Exceptionality and Disability from Western Washington University. Along with being a part of the WC team, Alina is an Instructional Assistant at a Seattle Middle School and is pursuing a career as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor. She speaks Spanish, loves running, playing with her puppy, Kenji, reading anything she can get her hands on, and exploring the Pacific Northwest!