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Spotlight Chat: Scaling Disability Services with UC Berkeley's DSP

Tuesday, June 11th at 2 PM ET

Join us for a Spotlight Chat with the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) to explore how their Disabled Students Program (DSP) has streamlined and scaled its operations. Learn how UCB leverages technology and collaborates with key vendors to enhance accessibility and more effectively serve their students.

Hear firsthand from UCB as they share their experiences, challenges, and success stories. This session will provide practical tips and valuable insights for institutions looking to improve accessibility and optimize their processes.

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover how UCB enhances in-classroom accessibility through the strategic use of technology and vendor partnerships.
  • Learn how UCB has improved workflow efficiency for their accessibility stakeholders, significantly reducing manual tasks and administrative burdens.
  • Explore anticipated developments and enhancements in UCB's accessibility initiatives, offering a vision for the future of accessibility technology in higher education.

Register for the Webinar:

Registration Info:

You will receive a confirmation email with details for logging into the webinar. This webinar will be hosted on Tuesday, June 11th from 2 pm - 3 pm ET. Convert your time zoneThis webinar will be recorded and available for replay.

Accessibility Info:

3Play Media is committed to creating an inclusive and accessible virtual event for all participants. We will provide live captioning and ASL interpretation for this webinar. For questions about other accommodations or needs, please contact

About the Speakers:

Trenna Davis

Trenna Davis, RPR (she/her)

Communication Services Supervisor and Realtime Captioning/Interpreting Coordinator at the University of California, Berkeley

Trenna Davis is the Realtime Captioning and ASL Communication Supervisor, where she incorporates 20 years of experience to help students overcome communication barriers that impact their learning.  

Trenna is a Certified Shorthand Reporter in Georgia and Texas, and she also holds a Registered Professional Reporter certification through the National Court Reporters Association. She began her career as a court reporter and then went on to become a broadcast captioner, handling national and international programs, news, and events.

Ultimately, Trenna knew that she wanted the ability to work one-on-one with the people utilizing her services. Trenna joined the Disabled Students’ Program in 2017 where she has since received an Achievement Award and the Chancellor’s Outstanding Staff Award for her mentorship and dedication to equal access. Trenna enjoys traveling and spending time with her family. 

Alecia Barnes

Alecia Barnes, MES (she/her)

Captioned Media Coordinator at the University of California, Berkeley

Alecia Barnes is the Captioned Media Coordinator for U C Berkeley, where she has incorporated over seven years of experience in providing captioning solutions for students with Captioned Media accommodation accessibility needs. Alecia, a 2020 alum of the University of California, Berkeley, CA, holds a Master's of Education from San Francisco State University, with a special education emphasis. Her profound passion for working with empowerment tools for accessibility stems from her personal experience with the same accessibility and accommodations that enabled her to graduate with honors from SFSU and U C Berkeley. 

Alecia's understanding of the importance of equal access is not just theoretical but practical. She has been a vocal advocate for students and faculty on campus, a fact recognized by her recent win of the Award for Employee Excellence in 2023. In her downtime, Alecia enjoys hiking, being outdoors, and spending time with her grandchildren.