Robby Ketchell

Robby Ketchell and his wife Marya are the very proud parents of Wyatt who is 3 and happens to have Down syndrome. Robby has worked at the forefront of sport technology and data science for a decade. He was the Data Scientist for Team Sky, helping the team win three Tour de France titles. Robby […]

Luis Castillo

Luis Castillo and his wife Analcis have two children, daughter Alianni who is 2 ½ years old and has Down syndrome and son Samuel who is 3 months. Luis is excited to be part of this D.A.D.S. panel and will be co-leading a 21 Shades DADS group for Black/African American MDSC families.

Jeff Roback

Jeff Roback is President and Founder of Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome (D.A.D.S.) of Massachusetts, an affiliate of MDSC. Jeff and his wife Jennifer have three kids, Paul (13) who has Down syndrome, Lilyana (11) and Allison (5). He enjoys spending time with his family riding bikes or walking state parks and beaches. Jeff met Ray […]

Brennan Jackson

Brennan Jackson received his B.S. in biomedical engineering from Northwestern University, graduating with honors. He is also a recipient of the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship. He is currently a graduate student of the Health Science Technology program at MIT/Harvard Medical School where his research focuses on both animal and translational clinical research in […]

Sujata Bardhan

Dr. Sujata Bardhan is a Health Scientific Administrator in the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Branch at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. She joined NICHD in April 2013. She is the registry coordinator for “DS-Connect®: The Down Syndrome Registry,” and also manages […]

Diane Chan

Diane is a neurologist who sees patients with memory and movement disorders in the Department of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital. She has a background in basic neuroscience research and is now leading the clinical studies at MIT translating work that is done in neurodegenerative disease mouse models to be used as therapeutics in humans. […]

Kavita Krell

Kavita Krell is the Director of Customer Experience for the Down Syndrome Program at Massachusetts General Hospital where she is dedicated to combating health disparities that affect families on a daily basis. A graduate from Duke University in Spanish and Latin American Studies, Global Health, and Chemistry, Ms. Krell worked as an undergraduate researcher for […]

Kelsey Haugen

Kelsey Haugen serves as the Director of Sales. She is inspired by her sister who has Down syndrome, a DSC2U user who is not seen in a specialty clinic, to bring excellent healthcare nationally and across the globe. A graduate from Miami University in Pre-Medical studies, Psychology, and Marketing, Ms. Haugen has ambition to meet […]

Tonya Moore

Tonya Moore is a doctoral candidate focusing on literacy in exceptionalities at Appalachian State University. Additionally, she was a classroom teacher of Exceptional Children in North Carolina for four years. She earned her B.A. degree in special education from Appalachian State University and her M.A. in reading education, as an iSHINE scholar, with a focus […]

David Koppenhaver

David Koppenhaver is a Professor of Reading Education and Special Education at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. He earned a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction in 1991 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). His research focuses on literacy in children with significant disabilities including autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities, complex […]