Executive Board 2017-2018

Stefan Charles-Pierre (President)

Scharlespier@nvcc.edu
Northern Virginia Community College,
Medical Education Campus
703-822-6633

Susan McMenamin (Past President)

susanmcm@gwu.edu
George Washington University
202-994-8250

Emily Lucio (President Elect)

Lucio@cua.edu
Catholic University of America
202-319-5211

Constitution of C-AHEAD

CONSTITUTION of the CAPITAL AREA ASSOCIATION ON HIGHER EDUCATION AND DISABILITITY (CAHEAD)



ARTICLE I. NAME

The name of this organization shall be the Capital Area AHEAD.

ARTICLE II DEFINITION

For the purposes of this constitution, the term disability means, with respect to an individual, a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities of such an individual; a record of such an impairment; or being regarded as having such an impairment.

TN-AHEAD Officers 2015-2016

Philip Voorhees, President

Adaptive Technology Coordinator

Office of Disability Services

Austin Peay State University

PO Box 4578

Clarksville, TN 37044

voorheesp@apsu.edu

Kim Ochsenbein, President-Elect

Assistant Director

Disability Services

Tennessee Technological University

PO Box 5091/1000 N. Dixie Ave.

Cookeville, TN 38505

koch@tntech.edu

Tennessee AHEAD membership

A member shall be any person actively working to enhance educational opportunities for students with disabilities in higher education and who has paid the required dues to the Association. Individuals interested in joining TN-AHEAD may contact the Membership Chair or President to have membership applications mailed to them.

About Tennessee AHEAD

Mission of TN-AHEAD

To provide professional support and development to post-secondary disability service providers in the state of Tennessee and to other individuals and organizations who are committed to the principles of equal access and opportunity for all qualified student with disabilities to become full participants in higher education and in society at large.

To promote opportunities and affect change in the state of Tennessee that will be beneficial to qualified post-secondary students with disabilities.

NC AHEAD events

Upcoming Conference Information

The NC AHEAD Spring 2013 Conference will be held on Friday, March 8 at NC State University in Raleigh, NC.

To register for the conference please complete the form below and return it to Monica Isbell at the address listed at the bottom of the form.

NC AHEAD Spring 2013 Conference Registration Form

NC AHEAD resources

Transitional Resources

NCAHEAD has created a series of resources to educate others about preparing high school students with disabilities for the transition to college. Presentations have been created for various audiences, including students with disabilities and their parents, public school personnel, and college students preparing to work with students with disabilities.

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