Meet Our Staff

Director, Jason Maseberg-Tomlinson, Ph.D., in purple shirt and tie.Jason Maseberg-Tomlinson, Ph.D.

Director
jasontom@k-state.edu

Jason has worked in student services in higher education for eighteen years. For most of his career Jason has focused on supporting accessibility and accommodations for students with disabilities. 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. In 2019, Jason graduated with his doctorate in Student Affairs in Higher Education and College Student Development here at Kansas State University. He has worked as a professional with both the University of Akron and Kansas State University. While he has worked primarily with on-campus students, Jason also has an interest in supporting online students and making sure they are supported with the resources they need to succeed. Jason is passionate about providing quality services to students and advocating for an accessible campus environment both physically and digitally.

Photo of Lindsay Kubina in a dark suite and floral shirt.Lindsay Kubina, Ph.D.

Assistant Director
kubina@k-state.edu

Lindsay is primarily responsible for providing direct services to students and supervising the Student Access Center Testing Center. She is the chair for the Extraordinary Student Award Banquet. She holds a B.S., an M.S., and a Ph.D., all in Psychology and 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 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 the SAC, provides an excellent foundation from which to assist and advocate for students with disabilities.

Photo of Natalie Beharry in a dark dress shirt.Natalie Beharry, B.S.

Access Advisor and Interpreter Coordinator
nbeharry@k-state.edu

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.

Photo of Maggie Borders in a dark blue suit, floral shirt and grey tie.Cherri Harms, M.S.

Access Advisor and Outreach Coordinator
cherri@k-state.edu

Cherri is primarily responsible for providing direct services to students, coordinating office outreach, and planning events. She earned her A.S. in Secretarial Administration and her B.S. in Business from Fort Hays State University in 1989 and 1994 respectively. She earned her M.S. degree in Psychology from Kansas State University in 2005. Cherri spent a number of years in corporate business roles before changing her focus to work with and teach students. Having taught college courses as well as personally worked with students with disabilities at all levels of education, her experience gives her a unique perspective in helping find solutions toward equal opportunities.

 

Picture of Mariza Hernandez in a white dress shirt.Mariza Hernandez, B.S.

Testing Center Assistant
marizah@k-state.edu

Mariza is responsible for proctoring students in the Testing Center, as well as communicating with students and faculty to provide the appropriate accommodations needed. Mariza holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Science and a minor in American Ethnic Studies from Kansas State University. Mariza has experience working on campus with the College of Veterinary Medicine as well as the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. Being passionate about diversity and inclusion, Mariza understands the importance of accommodations needed for those with disabilities to have the best experience at K-State.

Sierra Lohoefener, B.S.

Testing Center Assistant
slohoefener@k-state.edu

Sierra is responsible for proctoring students in the Testing Center, arranging alternative textbook accommodations, and collaborating with faculty to successfully provide student accommodations. Sierra earned a B.S. in Education and minor in Mathematics from Kansas State University in 2018 and then worked as a secondary mathematics teacher in western Kansas. With this background in education and a passion for learning, Sierra works to ensure students have access to the educational support they need to succeed.