Dr. Beth A. Myers is the Lawrence B. Taishoff Assistant Professor of Inclusive Education and executive director of the Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education at Syracuse University. She oversees InclusiveU, a federally -recognized model program for college students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. After teaching in an inclusive elementary autistic support program, Beth Myers opened a regional center for autism services in 2006 and served as executive director before joining the center’s consultation team in 2011. She has provided school consultations and staff development to over 70 school districts. Myers serves on the National Down Syndrome Society Inclusion Committee and is the founding executive co--editor of the Journal of Inclusive Postsecondary Education. Beth lives with her husband and four children in Syracuse, New York.