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Faculty and Staff

Wendy Warren, B.A.

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E-mail: wwarren@uwyo.edu

Phone: (307) 314-4464

As Program Manager for UW ECHO in Education, Early Intervention and Family Support, Wendy Warren coordinates the University of Wyoming ECHO in Education networks, building capacity to meet the needs of educators, service providers, and families in Wyoming.  Her work includes facilitating stakeholder discussions, planning and launching networks for specific education and disability related topics for professional development needs. In addition, she also coordinates the ECHO superhub activities for partners across the country interested in learning more about the ECHO model for their own organizations. 

Wendy graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Arts in elementary education, and is currently working towards a Masters of Arts degree in Education with a concentration in Curriculum and Instruction. She has over 15 years of experience in teaching as well as expertise in working to meet the unique assistive technology needs of students.

 

National Presentations

  • Moody, E., Warren, W., (2019, March) Improving Pre-K- 12 outcomes: The Use of the ECHO Model for Education. MetaECHO Albuquerque, NM

  • Warren, W., Hardesty, C., (2018, November) Innovative Approaches in Teacher Education and Professional Development. The Association for the Severely Handicapped (TASH), Portland, OR

  • Hardesty, C., Stainbrook, A., Warren, W., (2017, November) Addressing Service Gaps for Families and Providers of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Rural Communities: Is Telehealth the Solution. Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), Washington D.C.

  • Hardesty, C., Warren, W., Williams, A. M., (2017, April). Leveraging Scarce Resources: Using Technology to Support Best Practices and Peer Mentoring for Rural and Underserved Communities. Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), Boston, MA.

  • Bowser, G., Hardesty, C., & Alameda, W. (2015, October).  Project ECHO in Assistive Technology (ECHO in AT): Building Capacity Through Virtual Professional Development.   Closing the Gap Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

  • Goldman, A. S. & Alameda, W. (2013, February). A New Resource for People who are Deaf-Blind. Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference. Orlando, FL.

Invited Presentations

  • Warren, W., Hardesty, C. (2018, February) UW ECHO in Education Networks. American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) Webinar

  • Warren, W., Hardesty, C. (2017, December) UW ECHO in Education Networks. Consumer Advisory Council (CAC) meeting. Laramie, WY

  • Warren, W., Hardesty, C. (2017, April) UW ECHO in Education Networks: Opportunities for Early Childhood. ACECP Early Learning Conference. Laramie, WY

  • Warren, W., Hardesty, C., Hermanutz, K., (2016, August) UW ECHO in Education Networks: Opportunities for Early Childhood. Cowboy State Early Childhood Conference (WyCEA) Riverton, WY.

  • Warren, W., Hardesty, C., Jenkins, C. (2016, August) UW ECHO in Education Networks. Week of Academic Vision and Excellence (WAVE) Cheyenne, WY

  •  Warren, W., (2016, June) Transition Panel. Wyoming Down Syndrome Conference. Casper, WY.

  • Alameda, W., Regan, D., & Locke, B. (2015, May) Assistive Technology – Tools for Independence. Wyoming Down Syndrome Conference. Casper, WY.

  • Alameda, W., Harris, J.P. (2014, June). Mobile Technologies Presentation. Wyoming Council for the Blind. Casper, WY.

  • Alameda, W. (2014, May) Assistive Technology Consideration and Transition Needs. Wyoming Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Annual State Training. Cheyenne, WY. 


 

Presentations (State and Regional)

Warren, W., Jenkins, C., (2017, February) UW ECHO in Career Development and UW ECHO in Educational Leadership. AdvancED Wyoming Spring Continuous Improvement Conference. Casper, WY

Warren, W., Hardesty, C., Lausch, D. (2016, September) UW ECHO in Education Networks. AdvancED Wyoming Fall Continuous Improvement Conference. Casper, WY

Warren, W., Jenkins, C., (2017, August) Mountain Pacific Quality Health Board Meeting. Casper, WY

Warren, W., (2016, May) Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) Annual Meeting. Cheyenne, WY

Warren, W. (Feb. 2016) UW ECHO Networking Conference Panel

Alameda, W., Caylor, J., Hubert, S., Haney, J.,  Bullinger, C., Simon, D., Fischer, S., Aumiller, T. (2014, October) Communities of Practice in Transition (CoP-T): Recommendations for making transitions in school easier. MEGA. Laramie, WY.

Alameda, W., (2014, October) Appy Hour: Learn about the many applications available for education, independent living and employment. MEGA. Laramie, WY.

Weigel, R., Alameda, W. (2014, October) Assistive Technology for Agriculture and Daily Living.  Living with Chronic Illness: More Life, Less Limits. Cody, WY.

Alameda, W., Caylor, J., Chatfield, S., Bullinger, C. (2014, August) Community of Practice: Best Practice Recommendations for Early Child Transitions. Cowboy State Early Childhood Conference. Casper, WY.

Alameda, W., Chatfield, S., Bullinger, C. (2014, September) Early Childhood Transition. School Improvement Conference. Cheyenne, WY.

Alameda, W., Chatfield, S., Buchanan, K. (2014, June) Early Childhood Transition. Wyoming Leadership Conference. Riverton, WY.

Harris, J.P., Alameda, W. (2014, March). Mobile Technologies Presentation. LCSD#1. Cheyenne, WY.

Regan, D., Alameda, W., & Harris, J. (2013, October). iPads, iPods, & iPhones: “Who Has the App Factor?”  Mega Conference. Laramie, WY.

Weigel, R., Alameda, W. (2013, September).  Assistive Technology for the Ranch & Farm. University of Wyoming. Laramie, WY.

Alameda, W., Locke, B. (2013, August).  AT Use in Early Childhood, Includes Kindergarten!!  4th Annual Wyoming Native American Education Conference. Riverton, WY.

Regan, D., Alameda, W., Locke, B. (2013, June) The App Factor, Season 1: “Who Has the App Factor?” Wyoming Leadership Conference. Lander, WY

Regan, D., & Alameda, W. (2013, March). Augmentative and Alternative Communication and Assistive Technology. Presented at EXCEL Pre-school, Saratoga, WY.

Wendy Warren

Program Manager
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(307) 314-4464 | wwarren@uwyo.edu

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Wyoming Institute for Disabilities

Dept. 4298; 1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-2761

Toll Free: (888) 989-9463

TeleType: (800) 908-7011

Fax: (307) 766-2763

Email: uwwind@uwyo.edu

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