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 has 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 as Director of the Missouri Assistive Technology program. He also has executive and TA expertise in community living and implementation of the ADA. He has expertise in AT policy and funding especially in the area of Medicaid, Medicaid waivers, and health insurance.

Kim Moccia

TA Specialist

Kim has primary TA responsibility for the Eastern States. She also has responsibilities related to overseeing ATAP’s grant management responsibilities related to the AT3 Center. Kim began her career as the manager of an AT-services program. She was the Program Director of STAR, Minnesota’s Assistive Technology Act Program. Kim was involved in a variety of AT-related initiatives while working for the State of Minnesota, including developing a Functional Needs Planning Toolkit for Emergency Planners; adding an assistive technology vision, strategy, and measurable goals to Minnesota’s Olmstead Plan; and, passing and implementing Minnesota’s accessibility law (§16E.02) and ICT accessibility standards. Kim has worked in the field of AT for more than twenty years.

Dave Scherer

AT3 Center/ATAP Director of Programs and Technical Assistance

Dave has primary TA responsibility for the Western States. He also has responsibilities 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. His efforts allowed him to collaborate in a wide variety of initiatives related to education, transportation, public housing, juvenile justice, funding sources, and employment.

Eliza Anderson


Eliza began her work in the disability community in 1998 for the Massachusetts Human Services Coalition in Boston where she tracked and reported on policies and state funding for disability services and how they impact real lives. Prior to this, she worked at a Community Action Agency in Burlington, Vermont as an advocate for homeless families (as she completed her MA in English). Now she has over 20 years of experience writing and editing for disability services and assistive technology programs. Her work history includes 15 years consulting for the Massachusetts AT Program (MassMATCH), editing the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) newsletter, and editing AT Program News for Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA). Eliza says she enjoys working from home in Vermont where she walks her dog, Raisin, on town trails most mornings.
Jamie Anderson 

Jamie Anderson

Membership and Events

Jamie Anderson is experienced in non-profit special education and disability advocacy bringing personal experience in advocating for her own son. A long-time DC and northern Virginia resident, Jamie began her career in the U.S. Senate working on environmental issues. Her love of data eventually took her to the U.S. Census Bureau where she worked for more than 10 years. Since leaving the government, Jamie has worked for non-profit educational and disability organizations providing support in event planning and management, data management, training, editing and advocacy support.