Meet Our Staff
Jason Maseberg-Tomlinson, M.S.
Jason has worked in student services in higher education for fourteen years. For ten years, Jason has worked with students with disabilities and for four years he has directed student services offices including the Student Access Center. A native of Iowa, Jason holds an undergraduate degree in English literature from Grand View University in Des Moines, Iowa. He came to Kansas in 2000 and worked with the PILOTS program and Student Access Center while obtaining a graduate degree in College Student Personnel. He has worked as a professional with both the University of Akron and Kansas State University. Jason is currently working on his PhD in Student Affairs in Higher Education and College Student Development here at Kansas State University. Jason is passionate about providing quality services to students and advocating for an accessible campus environment both physically and digitally.
Ann Pearce, B.S.
Ann holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Middle Tennessee State University. Ann has worked for the past four years as Adaptive Technology and Access Advisor assisting students with adaptive technology solutions. Previously, Ann worked for North Central Kansas Libraries System and the Manhattan Public Library as an Assistive Technology Instructor, and Department Manager for Talking Books.
Natalie Beharry, B.S.
Access Advisor and Interpreter Coordinator
Natalie is a Certified Sign Language Interpreter and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Kansas State University in both Accounting (1996) and Biology (1984). She has interpreted for K-State for over 20 years. As Interpreter Coordinator, Natalie ensures the smooth coordination of interpreting services.
Lindsay Kubina, Ph.D.
Access Advisor and Outreach Coordinator
Lindsay is primarily responsible for providing direct services to students, coordinating office outreach, and planning events. She is the chair for the Extraordinary Student Award Banquet and the scholarship committee for SAC. She advises two student groups: Delta Alpha Pi, an honor society for students with disabilities, and K-State’s chapter of College Diabetes Network. She holds a B.S. in Psychology, an M.S. in Psychology, and a Ph.D. in Psychology, all from K-State. The emphasis of her Masters and Doctoral degrees was Animal Learning and Behavioral Neuroscience. Lindsay previously worked at the Wamego Regional Center of Highland Community College and was responsible for student services such as academic advising and financial aid. She was the advisor for the Beta Nu Omega chapter of Phi Theta Kappa and also served as Disability Coordinator for Highland's main campus, three regional centers, and online program. Her educational and employment background, combined with years of experience as a graduate assistant in SAC, provide an excellent foundation from which to assist and advocate for students with disabilities.
Aimee Kraus, A.A.
Certified Sign Language Interpreter
Aimee has been a Kansas Certified Sign Language Interpreter since 1993 when she graduated from Johnson County Community College with an Associate of Arts degree in Sign Language Interpreting. She has interpreted in many different settings including, but not limited to, K-12, college, theater, medical, legal and mental health. She has been one of the Country Stampede interpreters for last 10 years and she also works for Sorenson Video Relay Service as a video interpreter. She is thrilled to be interpreting at K-State full-time and is happy to be a member of the Student Access Center family.
Sr. Administrative Assistant
Tommy graduated with a Bachelors in psychology from Brigham Young University (2014) and is currently pursuing a master's degree in marriage and family therapy here at K-State. Tommy hopes to graduate one day and eventually start his own private practice.
Ryan Ringer is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychological sciences. He earned a B.S. in Psychology and a M.S. in Psychological Sciences from Kansas State University. During his undergraduate and graduate career he has worked in the Visual Cognition laboratory at the KSU Department of Psychological Sciences, conducting research on visual perception, attention, and eye movements. He previously worked as a Graduate Research Assistant on a grant with the Office of Naval Research to develop new measures of attention that can be used in simulated real-world environments. Currently, his research is extending this work by understanding the links between attention and memory. He expects to graduate with his Ph.D. in 2018, and plans to use his research experience to influence the design of new technologies.