Senior Advisor and Chairman of the Board
Bob co-founded MTC along with Randy Dipner and Dan Davies in 1989. He has served as vice president and president during his time with MTC. In his current role, Bob provides company leadership, executive and financial management, and strategic planning. Bob also coordinates the evaluation process for all ten ADA Centers in the National ADA Technical Assistance Network.
Director of Operations
Ken is responsible for the strategic oversight of all consulting projects, ensuring that MTC operates within the company’s mission statement, while providing the best working environment and operational processes for the entire staff. He has been with MTC and the Rocky Mountain ADA Center since early 2013. Ken also heads up the maintenance and upgrading of the MTC proprietary tool suite, which includes the software for Data Collection, Data Maintenance, Data Analysis, and Data Reporting.
ADA Information Specialist
Paul brought his ADA accessibility expertise to MTC during February of 2015. He provides expert training, information, informal guidance, and technical assistance to the clients of MTC and the Rocky Mountain ADA Center. Paul was previously a talented instructor at Gallaudet University. He now specializes in ADA Effective Communication and self-evaluation projects.
Glenn provides his ADA accessibility expertise to outdoor and recreation accessibility, which includes National Parks, the U.S. Forest Service, the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, as well as city parks and playgrounds. He has been with MTC since 2011 performing comprehensive accessibility assessments, developing implementation plans, providing resource sensitive accessibility recommendations, and helping modify, reorganize, and redesign park programs and facilities, to meet ADA, ABA, and Section 504 accessibility standards.
Chris joined the MTC Team in June of 2016, as a field technician, to assist with on-site data collection projects, utilizing the MTC proprietary software for data collection while identifying ADA accessibility issues, during the on-site data collection process.