Angela Sebald, an Ability Access Specialist for students and employees who are blind/visually impaired, has been working for Michigan State University’s Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities for the past six years. She graduated from Western Michigan University in 2013 with a Master’s Degree in Teaching for the Visually Impaired. Angela’s responsibility is to oversee and coordinate alternative format production for students with disabilities. This enables students to access course-related material in formats such as electronic text (E-text), Braille, and books in audio and tactile format. Her responsibilities also include working with the MSU Disability and Reasonable Accommodation Policy for employees, staff and students with blindness/visual impairments, needing employment and academic accommodations.