Jamie has spent over 30 years engaged in seating and mobility services. He worked as a Seating and Mobility Clinician with the Rehabilitation Engineering Center at Stanford Children's Hospital. He came to believe strongly that the keys to a successful service always lie with the client, not the service provider. In the years following, Jamie worked within various international organizations to develop local product solutions and training packages for service providers. Jamie helped to develop products for U.S. and European wheelchair markets, including The Hip Grip, a dynamic pelvic stabilization device. He consults with international organizations to develop programs, train trainers, and design products for less-resourced settings. Jamie has presented at ISS and RESNA, where he chaired the International Special Interest Group. Jamie is an ex officio member of the ISWP Advisory Board.