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2018 DOT Civil Rights Virtual Symposium Speaker Bios - Session 6

Session 6: “How May I Help You?”:  Recognizing and Providing Reasonable Accommodations

Annette Carr, Accommodations Analyst, Disability Resource Center (DRC), USDOT

Annette Carr is an Accommodations Analyst for the DOT’s Disability Resource Center.  Annette holds a degree from George Mason University and has been facilitating Reasonable Accommodations at DOT for 11 years.

Rosanne Goodwill, Director, Civil Rights, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)

Rosanne Goodwill is the Civil Rights Director in PHMSA's Office of Civil Rights.  She is responsible for administering and implementing civil rights and equal employment opportunity (EEO) precepts and initiatives, serving as principal advisor to the Deputy Administrator on agency civil rights, equal employment opportunity, managing diversity and affirmative action matters and monitoring the operations of activities and programs receiving PHMSA assistance to ensure compliance with nondiscrimination requirements.

She previously was with the Federal Railroad Administration where she managed the internal EEO Complaint Program and the external Complaint Program focusing on disability access and issues of Title VI compliance with Federal laws.

Ms. Goodwill has over 28 years in civil rights and EEO and has also worked for the Departments of the Navy and Army around the world.

Lisa Kosh, Accommodations Analyst, Disability Resource Center (DRC), USDOT

Lisa Kosh is an Accommodations Analyst for the DOT’s Disability Resource Center.  Lisa holds an M.Ed. in Instructional Technology with a specialization in Assistive Technology from George Mason University and has worked in the disability field since 2005.

Last updated: Monday, March 12, 2018