Gary Widerburg

Gary Widerburg has been with the Public Service Commission of Utah since 1999 and currently serves as Commission Administrator. Gary’s responsibilities include preparing and analyzing financial statements, custodian of Commission records, approving orders, tariffs and other legal documents issued. He is also the Public Information Officer and manages the Relay Utah program.

Gary’s educational background includes Bachelor degrees from the University of Utah in psychology and economics and a Master’s degree in administrative law from West Virginia University.

Gary is married to his college sweetheart of 26 years and has four children. He enjoys traveling, outdoor activities and classic automobiles.

Rochelle Garrow

Rochelle is the administrator for the Minnesota Department of Commerce – Telecommunications Access Minnesota (TAM) program.  She is responsible for all aspects of Minnesota Relay including contract management, outreach development and oversight, public relations, reporting, and regulatory compliance.  She is also responsible for administration of the TAM Fund, which includes financial (budget and surcharge) management and oversight of contracts with other state agencies receiving funding.


Rochelle graduated from the College of Saint Benedict with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and minors in Sociology and Philosophy.  She has been employed by the state of Minnesota for over 22 years, and has worked with the TRS program for 17 years. Rochelle served nine years on the NASRA board, and currently serves as a co-chair of the FCC Disability Advisory Council’s Relay and Equipment Distribution subcommittee.

Sherri Collins

Hello NASRA!  I am happy to be a part of the conference planning committee this year and look forward to seeing everyone in Minnesota.

For those that don’t know me, I am the Executive Director of the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing (ACDHH) – I just celebrated 20 years in my position and am proud of the fact I am the first and only Deaf lobbyist in the nation!

I have been involved in the relay industry since the ADA was passed in 1990 and with NASRA for many years.  I always learn so much at these conferences – especially because my perspective comes from being a consumer of TRS services in addition to my role as a leader and advocate for the Deaf and hard of hearing.

Outside of work, my husband and I love to travel (internationally) as much as possible and are always on the hunt for the next interesting place to visit!

Steven Peck

Hello NASRA! As a member of the planning committee, I’m looking forward to seeing everyone at NASRA in Colorado.  Since 2002, I’ve been attending NASRA and have always found the conference to be a wealth of information and with a great group of people to share information and learn from each other’s experiences.  Currently, I work as the TRS Program Manager for the Washington State Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Additionally, I manage the Assistive Communication Technology (ACT).  Through these programs, I work with various state agencies to ensure communication access technology available to services at state agency Offices.   I’m presently serving my 2nd year on the iTRS Advisory Council as one of the two NASRA representatives. I’ve enjoyed the opportunity to participate and discuss various TRS related topics with the TRS Fund Administrator and a great group of people on the council.

Other than work, I enjoy spending time with our close-knit family, which includes six grown children and six grandkids from ages 2 to 12.  We get together at various family events, which includes visiting the Oregon and Washington state beaches, camping, hiking, campfires and making s’mores.  We also enjoy watching the grandkids play football, soccer and piano recitals.  We just love to have fun together!  With my microelectronics background, I’ve developed a fun hobby of fixing broken iPhones, iPads and other types devices for the past 2 years now.



Sabrina Fields

Hello NASRA! My name is Sabrina Fields and I am with Telecommunications Access of Maryland (TAM). I have been the Contract Manager for MD Relay for the past two years, but have been with TAM in some capacity for about nine. Leaving my TEDPA family was hard, but I have appreciated the great welcome by NASRA. I have enjoyed working with wonderful members of the Conference Planning Committee and am excited for the superb conference ahead in beautiful Colorado.  I am looking forward to seeing many familiar faces as well as meeting new ones. Since the last conference in Maryland, I gave birth to my son, Wesley. If you ask nicely, I’ll make sure you get a chance to meet my little love bug while we are in Golden!  See you all soon!

Holly Bise

Hello NASRA! As this year’s conference planning chair I want to say that I am so excited to see everyone in Colorado. Colorado has been home to me for the last 9 years, and I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else. Between all the sunshine, the perfect cool summer nights, the crisp fall mornings, and the powder-like snow, this place really has it all. I hope that you’ll come early or stay late to check out everything there is to do; whether you prefer a trek through the mountains or having a a drink on one of Golden’s quaint patios, it’ll be worth your time here. Thank you for bringing the conference to Colorado!



Eric Jeschke

Hello NASRA members,

My name is Eric Jeschke and I represent the state of Pennsylvania.  I am currently serving my third year as your NASRA Treasurer.  I am employed by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  I work in the PUC’s telecommunications (telco) section and mainly work on TRS matters.  The Telco section at the PUC is also responsible for reviewing filings made all year long from the ILECs, CLECs and IXC telephone companies.  I greatly enjoy the TRS element of my job as it lends me to interact with various state agencies as well as private vendors.  I serve as a voting member with the Pennsylvania Telecommunications Relay Service Advisory Board which meets quarterly in Harrisburg.

All work and no fun makes me a dull boy, so to keep things alive, I volunteer as an Assistant Scout Master with Troop 284 and I am a PADI Professional Dive Master on staff with York Divers, York, PA.   In the cold winter months, I volunteer to help build the stage set for the high school musical.  Currently, my son and I have created an apiary in the back yard (honey bee hives) with two active hives.