Loui is an independent education consultant specializing in Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
She will spend the 2012-2013 academic year with the Center for Applied Special Technology as one of their post-doctoral fellows. Most recently, she managed and facilitated the implementation of UDL for a single school corporation in Indiana. She guided teacher instruction and support, developed training tools, and managed project initiatives, data collection and dissemination. Her work has been published in educational trade journals and several of her training tools have been utilized and cited across the country.
Prior to this work, her contracts included: working with a residential provider to collect data on current services, interpreting those data, and assisting the organization in changing and improving how they provided employment services to their clients; acting as the editor of Indiana State Plan to Guide Services for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders; and, acting as the project lead to improve employment service delivery to 10 clients with significant intellectual and developmental disabilities. She also served as the acting Executive Director for COVOH (the Council of Volunteers and Organizations for Hoosiers with Disabilities) and the Director of the Center for Family Leadership at Noble of Indiana, the Central Indiana Arc. Her graduate work at the Beach Center on Families at the University of Kansas was preceded by her work as a special education resource and collaborative teacher.