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Officers and Staff

Zack Reeves, Director of Operations

Lynn Revelle, Bookkeeper

Advisory Board

General William Shelton USAF (Ret.)

Colonel Barney Barnum USMC (Ret.)

Captain Patti Ireland USN (Ret.)

Commander Mark Henhiser USN (Ret.)

Colonel David Bell USA (Ret.)

Colonel Rebecca Hooper USA (Ret.)

Major Ed Daukscz USMC (Ret.)

Captain Vince Cain USMC (Ret.)

Sergeant Major Todd Hunter USA (Ret.)

CH Christine Jensen USN (Ret.)

Dennis Auping

Bob Bahr

John Brauch

Rep Burks

Jere Fabick

David Ferleger

Robert Giambrone

Micheal Hall

David Herbstreit

Micheal Hollins

Cynthia Hornburg

Mike Kelly

Sally Kisler

Chris Kreutz

Shea Long

Tommy Miller

Scott Nelson

Michael Plackmeier

Jim Regna

Howard Richards

Dick Segar

George Steese

David Strassman

A large grouping of disabled people and their families. Some are in wheelchairs, while others are standing on Segways. The photo is taken in front of the Alamo in Texas on the cobblestone walkway in front of the building.

Our Mission

Disability Rights Advocates for Technology, DRAFT, was formed in 2004 as an advocate for the adoption of universally designed technology solutions, believing they were the only sustainable approach for continuous improvement of quality life issues affecting people with disabilities and the fast approaching day when the baby boomer generation would become senior citizens.
We continue to believe that the opportunities these solutions offer for extending the independent life of the baby boomer generation and people with disabilities will benefit our society.

The Segs4Vets program, which DRAFT started in 2005, was intended to be a real-life example of the benefits derived from the utilization of universally designed technology.

Two men standing on segways in the national park one of the men is Jerry Kerr president of draft and the other man is a park ranger. There is a very large tree behind the men.
A photo of segs4vets recipient Courtney Clemmons who is sprinting down a track with a prostetic right leg.
A photo of 9 people on segways mostly disabled people and a few park rangers next to large sequoia trees in the woods.
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