Crissy is the ADA/504 Coordinator for Wichita State University overseeing the focus of WSU's dedication to a fully accessible campus for all students, staff and visitors. The ADA/504 Coordinator is housed within WSU's Office of Civil Rights, Title IX & ADA Compliance and is responsible for overseeing and investigating complaints of discrimination on the basis of disability within WSU jurisdiction. She joined WSU in 2022, after spending 20 years working for Sedgwick County, where she served as a voting member of the Wichita Sedgwick County Access Advisory Board. She worked in various roles over those years, starting with 911 -Emergency Communications, Quality Assurance at the Sedgwick County Developmental Disability Organization and finally as the county's ADA coordinator, housed within Human Resources.

The first two and a half years of her studies were at the University of Kansas, finishing at Wichita State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and minor in Psychology. She received a Master of Science in Organization Development from Friends University. She became certified as an ADA Coordinator (ADAC) after completing the ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program (ACTCP) with the University of Missouri in 2016 and has done work with ADA situations since 2014. She has also received her Advanced ADA Certification in ADA Employment as well as her Advanced ADA Certification - in Title III-Business. She has a background in employment law and Strategic Human Resources Management (SHRM) with a passion to help organizations work towards their ultimate goals and mission.

Crissy was nominated for and participated in Class VI of the Advance Kansas Diversity & Leadership Program at Butler Community College where 41 (+) businesses across all sectors of society are educated in effective ways to engage pressing diversity issues in their communities. She is a Theta Omega Chapter Alumni of the Tri Delta Sorority. Her hobbies include watching college basketball, watching her son play football, as well as watching college football and spending time with her family, friends and Golden Retrievers.