Here's the list to date. Feel free to add your name and some information about yourself. For easier scanning, please keep the list in alphabetical order by last name.
Karen Driver, LCSWEdit
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Council Member - Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities, Co-Founder Alabama Family to Family, Co-Founder AL-ASIBS (Alabama Adult Siblings Investing in our Brothers and Sisters), Vice-President of family owned interior commercial construction business, Advocate for 25 year old son with cerebral palsy and an intellectual disability and two siblings with intellectual disabilities.
Susan Henderson @toikannenEdit
Executive Director at the Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund (DREDF )
Clarissa Kripke (firstname.lastname@example.org)Edit
Clinical Professor, Director of Developmental Primary Care, Department of Family and Community Medicine, UCSF http://odpc.ucsf.edu. Building the capacity of the health care system to serve adults with developmental disabilities through clinical service, advocacy, research and training.
NCD Member and founder of the Open Prosthetics Project. I'm an engineer and designer, and am very interested in talking to people about orphan devices (analagous to orphan drugs, serving patient populations fewer than 250,000), and how we might better encourage innovation in these underserved areas.
Jeff Rosen (email@example.com)Edit
Third generation deaf person active in the disability movement. Current Chairperson of NCD and former NCD staffer. General Counsel and Chief Strategic Officer for Convo (www.convorelay.com), which provides video relay interpreting. My daily mantra is to support the next generation of diverse activists.
A member of the National Council on Disability, currently serving as Co-Vice Chair. Passionate about disability-related public policy, international exchange and advocating for the Senate to ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.