Public Health Education and Disability Inclusion

Public Health Girl

Elayne Otstot

Writer, Designer, Disability Advocate


Elayne holds a degree in Public Health from the University of Texas at Arlington and is passionate about building effective teams, and leveraging design to create high impact and accessible products.

She currently works as a product coordinator at HSRI’s NCAPPS. She has previously managed design projects at the Alliance for Citizen Directed Supports, worked as a communications lead with EINSOF Communications, as a production assistant for the independent film Invalid Corps, and spent a few years as a freelance designer.

Originally from Dallas, Texas, she has studied in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., and is now based in Huntsville, AL. She loves books, her cats, and still plays outdoors.

Get in touch

Elayne is always available for side collaborations, efforts, and commissions. If you want to chat about design, books, cats, or anything else, don’t hesitate in reaching out.


TASH, Virtual Edition – 2020
Self Advocacy for Survival: Disabled Students’ Mental Health Access & Parity in Higher Education


UT Arlington Short Horn
Community Voices Columnist


HIPPA for Business Associates


AAPD, American Association for People with Disabilities
AUTCOM, Autism National Committee

The Coelho Center for Disability Law, Policy & Innovation
TASH: Equity, Inclusion, & Opportunity for People with Disabilities

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