Company / Who We Are
Lisa Rotelli – Director
Lisa has served clients for over 25 years within all aspects of our industry, from managing rehab facility to improving product design, designing drive control systems for severely involved clients, and educating families, therapists, teachers and suppliers. Her specialty is in the area of seating and alternative access.
Codie Ealey – Office Manager
Codie has been with ASL since 1996. She oversees all aspects of daily operations, as well as, the continuation education program and office finances. Codie serves as a liaison between staff, customers, independent sales representatives, vendors and educators.
Joe Cervantez – Technical Specialist
Joe has been a vital part of ASL for more than seven years. His knowledge of wheelchair electronics and programming has lead him to be in charge of ASL’s technical training and certification courses for Rehab Technology Suppliers. Joe is also an integral part of the customer service technical team.
Trey Cozby – Purchasing/IT
Trey has been with ASL since 1996. He is responsible for purchasing, computer IT needs and inventory quality control. In addition, Trey serves as a liaison between ASL and vendors.
Chris Moses – Production Manager
Chris is the production manager for ASL. She is charge of our loaner program, the RA department and all shipping and receiving.
James Pham – Engineer
James has been an electrical engineer since 1989. He is the engineering aspect behind ASL’s ability for matching client’s capabilities to product design and manufacturing.
Kim Garner – Production
Kim works in ASL's production department. She specializes in custom orders and the ASL Tiger assembly.
Byron Guisbert – Education Coordinator
Byron is the director of education at ASL. He performs client evaluations, while continuing his educational programs. He has presented at various national conferences throughout the years, but still learns so much from the individuals he works with.
Arlene James - Education Consultant
Arlene has been practicing physical therapy for more than 14 years. Her primary focus is education in the areas of pediatrics, access to powered mobility, computers and communication devices. She provides client consultations for seating and alternative access.