Disability Support Services Staff

Tim Gerlitz
Director
(208) 769-7794 
tggerlitz@nic.edu

Tim is a University of Idaho alumni and grew up in Coeur d'Alene.  He has worked for the State of Idaho in various capacities for over 31 years in the areas of program management, social work, mental health, intellectual disabilities, aged and disabled services, substance abuse, corrections and labor. 
Tim Gerlitz DSS Director 
 

Ty Caraway
Senior Administrative Assistant and
Intake Specialist

(208) 665-4520
etcaraway@nic.edu

Ty is the Assistant to the Director and also the Intake Specialist for DSS.  She attended Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS and brings over 10 years experience in office administration to the NIC Campus.

 Ty Caraway Senior Administrative Assistant and DSS Intake Specialist
 Ryan Scott, MA
Access Specialist
(Specializing in Blind and Visually Impaired, Learning Disabilities and Assistive Technology)
(208) 676-7200
rsscott@nic.edu

Ryan has a  Master's degree in communication emphasizing  on the culture of learning disabilities within the postsecondary environment. Ryan brings four years combined experience in instruction, peer tutoring and advising from Boise State University.  In CEA he is responsible for assisting students who are Blind/Visually Impaired/Learning Disabled with accommodations such as assistive technology, audio material and more.
 Ryan Scott, DSS Access Specialist
 Gina Naccarato
Access Specialist
(Specializes in Psychiatric Disabilities)
(208) 625-2302
ganaccarato@nic.edu

Gina has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Organizational Communications from Eastern Washington University.  She has many years of administrative and managerial experience.  At DSS she is responsible for assisting students with psychiatric disabilities. She is certified as a C-Print Captionist by the National Institute for the Deaf and by PEPNET for Notetaking Skills and Serving College Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
 Gina Naccarato, DSS Intake Specialist

 Lindsey Myer
Access Specialist
(Specializes in Intellectual Disabilities, Neurological and  Medical Conditions)
(208) 769-5991
lmmeyer@nic.edu

Lindsey has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Idaho and is currently enrolled in the Master's of Educational Administration program at Idaho State University.  She earned certification through the State of Idaho as a Children's and Adult Developmental Specialist, Intensive Behavior Interventionist, and a Habilitative Specialist.  She has worked in Special Education and Development Disability Services for the past seven years providing assessment, therapeutic intervention, and support services to children and young adults with developmental disabilities.

 Lindsey Myer, DSS Access Specialist