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Céline Dazé graduated in 2012 from Gallaudet University with a degree in Psychology. Céline started her government journey in 2015, working at the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid services, which she then transferred over to the Food and Drug Administration in 2019. As a Project Specialist within the Division of User-Fee Management, she also spent a lot her time being actively involved in the Advisory Committee with Employees with Disabilities (ACED).
As Céline became more actively involved with ACED, she became the chairperson for the Accessibility and Reasonable Accommodations sub-committee (ARAS). The ARAS sub-committee helps overcome barriers that people with disabilities may face within the workplace. Some of Céline's accomplishments include meeting with the FDA commissioner, working on new documents such as developing a guide for New Employees regarding Accessibility & Reasonable Accommodations, and served on several panels/providing presentations on Employees with Disabilities.
She loves giving back to her Deaf community youth by being a Cheer Coach to high school students in DC. She is married to her high school sweetheart and is the fur-mom of two sweet dogs and a cat.