April 27, 2017
Greetings Disability Knowledge Community members from the NASPA National Disability Knowledge Community (DKC) leadership team.
During the 2017 National Conference, several meetings, events and workshops sponsored by the DKC took place. While many of you were in attendance at the conference, we know that many others were unable to attend. Because we value your membership and input, we are reaching out to you by way of this message to share with you notes from the DKC business meeting.
As you will see in the notes, we are working on various projects and are currently seeking to fill 2 regional DKC representative roles. If you live/work in the regions listed below, and are interested in becoming involved with your NASPA regional Disability Knowledge Community, please access the following link to express your interest https://apps.naspa.org/engage/openings_new.cfm.
IL, IN, IA, MI, MN, OH, WI, Ontario
NM, CO, WY, ND, SD, NE, KS, OK, MO, AR, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
If any of the projects mentioned in the notes is of interest to you, please reach out to a member of the leadership team to express more information and/or to request additional information:
Cindy Poore-Pariseau, Chair DKC [email protected]
Teresa O’Sullivan, Vice-Chair DKC [email protected]
JuLinda Holmes, Engagement Chair, [email protected]
Tom Thompson, Past co-Chair [email protected]
Chuck Eade, Past Co-Chair [email protected]
Please also contact any of us if you are interested in a DKC leadership role at the National level. There are many possibilities, depending on your interests.
We encourage you to explore the DKC webpage as well as the DKC Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NASPA-Disability-Knowledge-Community-111647808885243/ for information, ideas and opportunities. Please feel free to reach out to us if we may be of assistance to you.
DKC Leadership Team.
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