Staff

The AT3 Center is led and staffed by individuals with extensive personal experience and expertise implementing all Section 4 authorized AT Act activities. To support ready access to technical assistance, staff are located geographically across the country (east, central and west). Primary staff and contract partners include:

  • C. Marty Exline - AT3 Center Director.

    Marty is responsible for overall Center management and will have primary TA responsibility for the central states.  He has over 30 years of administrative experience in disability services including 23 years with a State AT Program. He has been directly responsible for implementation of all State AT Program activities. He also has executive and TA expertise in community living and implementation of the ADA. He is a nationally recognized policy expert in AT funding especially in the area of Medicaid, Medicaid waivers, and health insurance.

  • Dave Scherer – AT3 Center/ATAP Director of Programs and Technical Assistance

    Dave has primary responsibility for oversight and evaluation of the AT3 Center. He is the Liaison between AT3, ATAP and CATADA. Dave was Program Manager then Program Director for the South Dakota Assistive Technology Program, DakotaLink, from 1999 to 2019. For over 30 years Dave worked to provide individuals with disabilities and those who support them greater access to technology, community inclusion, education and employment opportunities. He efforts allowed him to collaborate in a wide variety of initiatives related to education, transportation, public housing, juvenile justice, funding sources, and employment.

  • Amy Goldman -AT3 Center  Technical Assistance Specialist.

    Amy has primary TA responsibility for eastern states. Amy administered the Pennsylvania AT program since its inception in 1992 through 2016. She is intimately familiar with the UCEDD network in which a number of state AT Act Programs operate. She has a strong relationship with ATIA, AUCD, ASHA and the Pass It On Center (PIOC) where she formerly served as the coordinator of emergency management efforts. She is nationally recognized for her expertise in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) including policy related to funding speech generating devices.