Alexandria Miles

Alexandria provides support to the ISWP Training and Advocacy Working Groups. She is a PhD student at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. She received a Master of Education degree in Rehabilitation and Counseling Services from Springfield College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from Winston- Salem State University. Alex is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and has experience in assisting people with disability enter higher education and pursue gainful employment. She is

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Anand Mhatre

Anand Mhatre, MIMSE is a graduate student researcher at ISWP. He received his Masters from North Carolina State University in Mechatronics and earned his Bachelors from University of Mumbai, India in Mechanical Engineering. Anand works with the ISWP Standards Working Group and is currently leading the design and development of caster testing standards. He is leading the development of ISWP Wheelchair Product List as well. Anand is the President of the ISWP student group for graduate and undergraduate students that conducts volunteering activities and side-projects related to ISWP.

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Krithika Kandavel

Krithika Kandavel holds a bachelors in computer science and engineering and received her MS for knowledge management at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She has experiences as a software developer in a public sector in Singapore. Her work at the United Nations ESCAP at New Delhi includes developing a Social Hub for SATNET Asia, a project funded by the European Union. Together with UN CAPSA in Indonesia, she has organized training programs for key stakeholders in South and Southeast Asian countries to facilitate electronic trade in Agriculture.

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Eric Wunderlich

Eric has worked with Latter-day Saint Charities (LDSC) since 1997 in a variety of roles. Since 2010, he has managed the LDSC wheelchair program where he works with 70 volunteer specialists and trainers and LDSC volunteers in over 60 countries to provide training and wheelchairs. He and his wife are the parents of six children. Eric enjoys spending time with his family, gardening, cycling and cooking.

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Mark Sullivan

Mark has worked with people with disabilities for over 35 years, primarily centered around developing mobility and seating products and providing education on mobility products and delivery. Mark is former Global VP of Product Development of Rehab for Invacare Corporation, where he worked for 27 years. He was responsible for leading engineering and marketing teams in the development and marketing complex rehab products including power and manual wheelchairs, seating and positioning.

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Don Schoendorfer

Don is Founder and President, Free Wheelchair Mission. He is a biomedical engineer, receiving an undergraduate degree from Columbia University and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from MIT.  In the early part of the last decade, Don turned his MIT-developed engineering talents to solving the problem of immobility in developing nations. Committed to providing an innovative solution to a pressing problem, he devised a low-cost, high-durability wheelchair made from a resin lawn chair, metal tubing, and bicycle tires dubbed the GEN_1.

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Urs Schneider

Urs is the Head of Business Unit, Medical & Biotechnology, at Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA. He also serves as Department Manager, Biomechatronic Systems, for the Fraunhofer Institute.  Urs coordinated research projects which include:  Stuttgart Minneapolisy Research, A Fraunhofer Veteran Administration Collaboration with Dr. Andrew Hansen, Minneapolis VA Healthcare System; and Southampton Stuttgart Orthopaedic Biomechanics Alliance with Professor Martin Browne, University Southampton.

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Elsje Scheffler

Elsje is a physiotherapist and rehabilitation consultant with over 20 years' experience in rehabilitation and wheelchair service delivery, management, training and research.  Her areas of interest include wheelchair service delivery, prosthetic training, rehabilitation and wheelchair services training and curriculum design, as well as research and evidence-based practice with a focus on low resourced settings.

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Arturo E. Pichardo Egea

Arturo is a surgeon who graduated from Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mexico UNAM Faculty of Medicine.  He has certification from the Mexican Board of Rehabilitation Medicine and is a member of the Mexican Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation SMMFyR, as well as the IPSEN Advisory Board for Mexico for Therapeutic uses of Botulinic Toxin. Arturo also is a member of the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Disorders AACPDD 2014 and the Mexican Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Neurodevelopmental Disorders AMPCTND 2015.

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