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Raised in Spokane, WA, I am the youngest of three siblings. I found the passion to help people from my mother who was a longtime volunteer at St. Charles, before becoming employed at the school, as well as having a sister with a physical disability. These two women molded my life in sharing the passion to help others. Throughout my life I have tried to continue these practices. Today I find myself with a chance of a lifetime here at Ability Employment Services to continue this journey. I look forward to working with people who want to continue this path in their life and hope we can make our community a better place.

McKayla Partlow



Brea rousey



As a young girl, I grew up around individuals who have developmental disabilities. My family was closely connected to care giving, taking clients out into the community, and job coaching. I have always loved serving others, putting others needs above my own and giving back. My goal and passion is to build confidence in the lives of individuals who may not have anyone to believe in them. I believe we are all striving for the same thing in life. That is to live a good and happy life and work hard at whatever we do.  Lets have some fun along the way!


cathy eylar



As the oldest of four children, I learned responsibility at a young age. My youngest sister was born with a severe disability, and I was often called upon to assist with her needs. This experience strengthened my character and helped shape the person I am today. It is now my mission to advocate on behalf of everyone with a disability that wants to work, and to educate employers to not view these individuals any differently from other applicants. My mission is to empower those job seekers and create those same opportunities that we all take for granted. This is a very rewarding position that I am blessed to be in and I am humbled to work alongside and on behalf of so many unique individuals.


After graduating from Eastern Washington University in 2008 with a BA in Human Resources Management and a minor in Spanish, I was hired on by an agency in Spokane to assist in job retention; I had no idea what I was in for! That job truly changed me. It brought me to where I am today and I truly believe that everyone has the ability to work and the best part of my day is helping others figure out their path to achieve success.


Troy Marshall



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brooke murray



Ty lingo



Growing up, I had always chosen to help people out. When I’m not at work, I attend Eastern Washington University in the Psychology Department. You can also catch me playing golf, or relaxing on the boat with my other half Jeff, and my dog Charlie. I owe my success to my two brothers, who have shown me that no obstacle should stop anyone from achieving their goals.  My family and the support system that surrounds me has always shown me what it is like to give without return. But, the return in this Ability office is not just a job. It’s the smiles, high-fives, and gratitude throughout the team and our clients. Helping one person might not change the world, but it could change the world for one person.

From an early age, I knew that my life’s calling was to serve and help others. As a young man, I went to work for an in-home care agency as an on-the-job trainee which led to running the company as President years later. During the last 25 years, I have gained experience in helping a broad spectrum of people find solutions to their individual challenges. I know firsthand how incredibly fulfilling it is helping someone reach their full potential. Nothing is more important than helping people who have the desire to work hard, to provide for themselves and their family reach their goals. Ability and I share the same core values and passion by providing our clients with the best possible services. 

leroy burrowes



When I was growing up I always wanted to help people. I was raised by a mother who was a nurse so being caring and compassionate was always in my blood. Going through school I spent many times volunteering in the special education classrooms wanting to help those kids feel like part of the school and educating my peers that these classmates were just as important, special, and deserved to be recognized just as much as anyone in the school. I have spent most of my life in the retail world as a store manager of multiple successful companies that had some of the highest volumes of revenue a year. I had been a store manager for 15 plus years and it was some of the hardest and most rewarding work I have done, bringing a team together and becoming a number one store. Through those 15 plus years I have had the chance to employ some of our clients and really learn a lot from them as they all have been the hardest working employees I have ever had. I love helping people really find what they are good at and go for it, especially when that means they have found it in a job. There is nothing like seeing a smiling face come to work and enjoy coming to work for you. I knew I still wanted to help people, but I wanted to do it more one on one which is why Ability Employment Services really stood out to me as I was pursuing a job that made me feel like I was helping people every day and go home every night with a smile on my face and a full heart. I have spent most of my life in Spokane and graduated from Mt. Spokane High School in 2005. I call this place home with my husband of 13 years Mike, his two kids that are now adults with their own lives (man where did the time go), and our three dogs Emma, Aria, and Coco Chanel. When I'm not working, I love to spend time with my family that still all live in Spokane and get as much auntie time as possible with my niece and nephew.

I have lived in Spokane since I was a kid and graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2015 with a degree in English Literary Studies and a minor in Linguistics. I have helped people close to me gain employment since I was in high school, writing resumes for my siblings or helping them pick out an interview outfit. Growing up as a middle child gave me the tools to be an empathetic go-between for conflict resolution later in life, a skill that evolved into advocacy for adults with disabilities and aiding them in obtaining fulfilling employment. I am passionate about being a helper in any capacity and love connecting with others.

ronni taylor



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1212 N. Washington Street
One Rock Point, Suite 124
Spokane, WA 99201