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Rachael Stafford

Project Director for The Rocky Mountain ADA Center (RMADA)

Her role as project director is to lead the RMADA’s staff as it provides information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to individuals in its region. The center provides technical assistance, in-person training(s) and acts as a hub for additional resources for people with ADA questions; living in the rocky mountain region.  Stafford has been quoted, since her hiring in 2014, in many news outlets on behalf of the ADA including: The Associated Press, Harvard Crimson, Colorado Springs Business Journal, CBS Denver, Rapid City Daily Journal, Apostrophe Magazine, KRDO-TV Colorado Springs, KVOR Radio among several others.

Before joining The Rocky Mountain ADA Center, Stafford practiced entertainment law for 10-years in Nevada, California and Colorado where she represented many known celebrities including Tony Curtis. She is a current resident of Black Forest, Colo. and is married to her husband Greg, a professional golfer, and is mother to her 5 year old son Monty.

Rachael and RMADA have interviewed for over 60 news interviews in the last year.

Partnering with press is a great way for our organization to inform the public on the ADA. Here is a sample of our thought leadership:

Apostrophe Magazine

KOTA Territory News: Don Barnett Arena moves forward with ADA compliances

Fox21 News: Don’t say the H Word

Fox21 News: Policy analyst from Canada visits Rocky Mountain ADA Center

The Gazette: Colorado Springs exchange looks to improve accessibility in U.S. and Canada

KRDO TV: Colorado Strong Segment

KRDO TV: Celebrating organizations that support disabled neighbors

Harvard Crimson

Associated press

Apostrophe Magazine

TV in Augusta, Georgia

Colorado Public Radio

Denver CBS


Maggie Sims

ADA Center Project Manager

Maggie Sims is a Project Manager for the Rocky Mountain ADA Center (RMADA) based in Colorado Springs, Colo. The RMADA provides information, technical guidance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act for the center’s six state region.

Maggie joined the Rocky Mountain ADA Center in 1992 as an ADA Information Specialist, with a particular interest in reducing communications barriers with those with hearing, speech and visual losses. An expert on the ADA and effective communication processes and fluent in sign language, Maggie also serves as editor of the center’s electronic newsletter, Rocky Mountain Access, and provides guidance on technical assistance calls focused on helping the RMADA’s region on many additional disability-related issues. In addition, she acts as media spokesperson for the center. You can see Maggie in action by clicking here!

Maggie is involved in community outreach, and is a member of the Colorado Telecommunications Relay Advisory Group. Sims received an associate’s degree from Colorado Christian University and graduated from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs with a Bachelor’s Degree in political science.