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Employment History

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Consultant

U.S. Access Board

Vacation and Disability Specialist

Ticket

Owner

Special Needs Group Inc

ZFellow

Zero Divide Fellowship

Consultant

Rick Hansen Foundation

Director of Programs and Services

SeniorNet Inc

Manager Computer-Assisted Education

Eden Housing , Inc.

Affiliations

Founder
Ning Inc

Lifetime Honorary Member
European Network for Accessible Tourism

Member
Outside Sales Support Network.

Member of the Monastic Researchers Section
Abundant Travel

Single Member
The Disability Community

ENAT Honorary Member
New Mobility

Benetech Fellow
Benetech

Volunteer Programs
Bookshare

Founder
AccessAbility

Founder
Discussion Forum

ZeroDivide Fellow
Community Technology Foundation of California

Research Fellow
University of California

Faculty Fellow
Graduate Theological Union

Faculty Fellow
Graduate Theological Foundation

Education

B.A.

linguistics

University of Washington

Doctorate in Ministry

Graduate Theological Foundation

experienced increasing degrees of employment , education

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Staff Directory | The Lawton Constitution

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Scott Rains (American Indian Affairs, Police), srains@swoknews.com


Staff Directory – Lawton Constitution Newspaper in Oklahoma

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Scott Rains (American Indian Affairs, Police), This email address is being protected from spambots.


Scott Rains Passing

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Dr. Scott Rains Has Passed Away

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Scott Rains.
It is with great sadness that we wish to inform colleagues from around the world that Dr. Scott Rains, San Jose, USA, passed away on Saturday 30th April. Scott had been struggling with a brain tumor since December 2014.
He will be greatly missed, not only by his wife Patricia and family, but also by his "extended family" of accesssible tourism advocates and activists, to whom he gave so freely of his knowledge and wisdom.
Scott was a man of many parts: Educator and Scholar, Theologian and Mentor, Writer, Traveller and Advocate for those who yearned for a fairer and more inclusive world. His depth of understanding in the subjects of accessibility, inclusion, travel and tourism was complemented by a clarity of expression which he put into words and print, ranging from short, illuminating comments to well-researched articles and detailed policy and planning guidelines.
Scott was a truly prolific networker whose work and ideas reached tens of thousands through his "Rolling Rains" Web site and his social media presence. His mission was to share and to educate, being a facilitator of ideas and source of contacts, enabling people to design and carry out projects in many parts of the globe. He was truly a "change-maker" with the abilities to recognise and sieze opportunities and to find solutions where others only saw problems. Best of all, he had a great sense of humour and plenty of smiles!
As an Honorary Member of ENAT, Scott's advice and influence has been pivotal in assisting our decisions and finding our direction on many occasions. For this we are exceptionally grateful. His example of enthusiasm, his spirit of collaboration and his belief in inclusion and fairness will continue to guide us in our endevours to enable more people to enjoy and benefit from tourism and travel. Let us all carry on along the path that Scott helped to forge.
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Scott Rains will be dearly missed. My condolences to his family and friends.
Posted by Roffe Laurent on 2016/05/05 - 01:36:25
Scott was a friend and a mentor. A true citizen of the world, his generosity and kind spirit were a source of inspiration to us and to so many people around the globe. The void he left behind can only be filled by continuing his vision of a better world and equality for all.


Scott Rains ...

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Scott Rains photo

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Scott Rains.
It is with great sadness that we wish to inform colleagues from around the world that Dr. Scott Rains, San Jose, USA, passed away on Saturday 30th April. Scott had been struggling with a brain tumor since December 2014.
He will be greatly missed, not only by his wife Patricia and family, but also by his "extended family" of accesssible tourism advocates and activists, to whom he gave so freely of his knowledge and wisdom.
Scott was a man of many parts: Educator and Scholar, Theologian and Mentor, Writer, Traveller and Advocate for those who yearned for a fairer and more inclusive world. His depth of understanding in the subjects of accessibility, inclusion, travel and tourism was complemented by a clarity of expression which he put into words and print, ranging from short, illuminating comments to well-researched articles and detailed policy and planning guidelines.
Scott was a truly prolific networker whose work and ideas reached tens of thousands through his "Rolling Rains" Web site and his social media presence. His mission was to share and to educate, being a facilitator of ideas and source of contacts, enabling people to design and carry out projects in many parts of the globe. He was truly a "change-maker" with the abilities to recognise and sieze opportunities and to find solutions where others only saw problems. Best of all, he had a great sense of humour and plenty of smiles!
As an Honorary Member of ENAT, Scott's advice and influence has been pivotal in assisting our decisions and finding our direction on many occasions. For this we are exceptionally grateful. His example of enthusiasm, his spirit of collaboration and his belief in inclusion and fairness will continue to guide us in our endevours to enable more people to enjoy and benefit from tourism and travel. Let us all carry on along the path that Scott helped to forge.
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Scott Rains will be dearly missed. My condolences to his family and friends.
Posted by Roffe Laurent on 2016/05/05 - 01:36:25
Scott was a friend and a mentor. A true citizen of the world, his generosity and kind spirit were a source of inspiration to us and to so many people around the globe. The void he left behind can only be filled by continuing his vision of a better world and equality for all.


Entertainment | The Lawton Constitution

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Fri, 07/15/2016 - 3:40am Scott Rains

After almost a decade of making Southwest Oklahoma's music venues better with his presence, Medicine Park's bluesman-in-residence Big Pete Piehnik has flown the coop and made his way back east.
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Fri, 07/15/2016 - 3:35am Scott Rains
ANADARKO - A California-based Comanche artist begins his feature exhibition today at the Southern Plains Indian Museum.

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