Brianna Blaser

University of Washington - Seattle
Counselor and Coordinator

Brianna Blaser is a Counselor and Coordinator at DO-IT at the University of Washington, where she works to increase the participation of people with disabilities in STEM education and careers through AccessComputing and AccessCSforAll. Her work includes counseling students as well as working with faculty, employers, and other stakeholders to create institutional change. Previously, Brianna was Project Director of Outreach for the American Association for the Advancement of Science, where she promoted Science Careers resources though career and professional development workshops for early-career scientists. Brianna earned her PhD in Women’s Studies at UW with a focus on women in STEM.

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