Daniel McNulty is the State Director of the PATINS Project, an Indiana state-wide technical assistance network for the provision of assistive & accessible technologies, the acquisition, creation & implementation of Accessible Educational Materials, and Universal Design for Learning. Daniel regularly presents nationally and locally on these topics and advocates strongly for high expectations for all students with appropriate supports. Daniel holds a BA and MS in Education from Purdue University as well as a current Indiana Professional Educator license in K-12 Severe Disabilities. He’s been a K-6 classroom teacher, a 3-year UDL pilot school leader, and was chosen as Purdue’s Distinguished Young Educator of the Year in 2006. He created and operated a behavioral consulting service for children on the autism spectrum, and has provided respite care in Australia while at the University of New South Wales. Daniel represents Indiana in the National AEM Best Practices Cohort, is Indiana’s NIMAS Coordinator, and serves on the national NIMAC Advisory Council and the national CITES Advisory Board.