Disability Resource Office Staff


Angela DeVore-Greene
ADA & 504 Coordinator for
Students, Parents, & Visitors

DeVore-Greene is the first Director of Radford University’s Disability Resource Office (2012). She is a proud Radford Alum dedicated and passionate about the effective ways to provide full access and inclusion to individuals living with disabilities.  Her robust background and experience are in K-12 schools, 2 & 4 year institutions, community, political and legal settings. She earned an advanced degree in Student Affairs Administration with a concentration in College Counseling and is currently pursuing licensure as Professional Counselor.  She holds a National Certification in Interpreting and Transliterating for the Deaf and currently serves as President Elect for the State of Virginia’s Association on Higher Education in Disabilities.  


Kristina Contreras
Administrative Assistant
DRO Webmaster

Kristina has a strong background in providing administrative support for several of the University’s offices under the Student Affairs umbrella.  Prior to assuming her role as Administrative Assistant in the DRO, she served primarily in the Conduct Office and provided assistance in the Substance Abuse and Violence Education Support office (SAVES) and for the Center of Diversity and Inclusion as needed. Prior to her arrival here at Radford, she provided customer service in both the corporate sector of real estate and for the Walt Disney Company. Kristina has a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and pursuing a master’s degree in Corporate and Professional Communication.


Jasmin Lawrence
Coordinator of Note Taking
and Test Proctoring Services

Jasmin joined DRO staff as a Work-Study (2012) to assist patrons living with disabilities seeking services under the ADA. Prior to DRO, Jasmin served as a Resident Assistant, Staff Assistant for Conference Services, and in other leadership positions in on-campus student organizations. She is a Radford Alum with an earned degree in Communication with a focus in Public Relations.  She is a passionate professional committed to the educational success of students living with disabilities.


Jennifer Scott
Assistant Director
Disability Service Specialist

Prior to her arrival at Radford University, Jennifer served in a managerial position at the Roanoke City Health Department.  She has expertise in coordinating physical and mental health services for individuals and families who are under-served and has experience working specifically with college-aged students who live with disabilities.  Her work background also includes awareness programming in Higher Education and organizing efforts that serve marginalized populations. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from Tulane University and a Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech with concentrations in Psychology, Biology, and Family and Child Development. 


Jerome Thomas
Coordinator of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Disability Service Specialist

Jerome holds a National Interpreting Certification with a strong background in a variety of interpreting settings such as educational, medical, and political platform. His training and experience includes Interpreting management in the corporate sector and providing support to students living with disabilities. He is an active member of the National Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf as well as the state chapter for professional Sign Language Interpreters.  Jerome is a proud CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) and has considerable knowledge in Deaf Culture.  


Kelly Woodward
Coordinator of Accessible Materials
& Adaptive Technology
Disability Service Specialist

Kelly has worked in the higher education setting since 2009. Prior to joining Radford University, she served as the Coordinator of Accessible Instructional Materials in the office of Services for Students with Disabilities at Virginia Tech. Kelly is passionate about adaptive technology and accessibility.  She assisted, trained, and consulted with students, faculty, and administrators on how to integrate assistive technology into course instruction. Kelly developed and managed disability services such as alternate text requests, peer note taking and career development. She has a strong background in management and instructional technology and continues to pursue her advanced degree here at Radford. She is also a proud mom of a Highlander!