Kerri provided vocational evaluation services for individuals with disabilities serving the most challenging cases for 14 years. These cases included, but were not limited to TBI, autism, orthopedic impairments, blindness and visual impairment, and serious mental/emotional illness. She previously worked as an ombudsman for Mountain Association of Governments and as a supervising vocational evaluator at Utah State Office of Rehabilitation.
Following a bachelor’s degree at BYU, she received a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Utah State University and is a certified Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) and Licensed Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (LVRC). She specializes in vocational assessment administration and interpretation, labor market analysis, vocational counseling and guidance, employability analysis, transferable skills, and comprehensive reporting.
Diane joined jMx as a lead consultant to clients with diverse vocational needs. Prior to jMx, Diane filled numerous positions for over 30 years in Utah State Office of Rehabilitation. In her professional capacities, she supervised a team of vocational evaluators, assisted in disability determination, counseled vocational rehabilitation clients, and provided executive support to the director of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services. Diane's wide scope of experience offers her a unique and insightful perspective on disability related issues, vocational and standardized testing, as well as analyzing, interpreting, and reporting data.
Diane received her Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling from Utah State University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in Communication Disorders. She maintains the national Rehabilitation Counseling Certification (CRC) and the Utah certification for Rehabilitation Counselors (LVRC).
Away from work, Diane enjoys gardening, reading, and spending time with her adopted animals.
Previous to his tenure as the director of a state vocational evaluation unit, Douglas was the managing partner and co-owner of an evaluation firm conducting business and research in 17 states. For nearly 15 years in multiple business enterprises, he tailored services and products to local, national and international entities. He participated in more than 20 private, state and federally funded research projects.
Douglas also developed more than 20 video-based training programs in working with children and students with disabilities. As the lead scriptwriter in designing materials for caregivers of children who are deaf and blind, he and his colleagues received a “Telly Award.”
As a professional teacher, Douglas lived and taught oversees as well as instructed in the university and public school settings. For his work with economically disadvantaged students and non-native English speakers in the nation’s 5th largest school district, he received the “Master Teacher Award.”
Over the years, Douglas particularly enjoyed his volunteer activities with refugees, incarcerated youth, and animal rescue.