On Thursday, January 16, 2014, William E. Rogers, host of Parents and PGCPS eRadio will discuss the importance of addressing the needs of those in our communities living and working with a disability. Joining him will be Julia Hardeman-Tsadick, Executive Officer for the National Congress of Black Women Culture of People with Disabilities Committee.
The National Congress of Black Women Culture of People with Disabilities Committee was established to serve the brilliant, yet often overlooked population within the disability community. The NCBW Culture of People with Disabilities Committee was envisioned and designed by NCBW’s Chair, Dr. E. Faye Williams, and Sapphire Harris, first committee Chair who have dedicated their lives to the advancement of all women, both the able bodied and disabled alike.
In the second half of the show, Dr. Debra Mahone Executive Director, Federal and State Programs for Prince George’s County Public Schools will provide an update of the work taking place in the Title 1 office and schools. In addition, Dr. Mahone, will share information about the TEDL initiative.
Dr. Mahone is a highly skilled, executive leader with experience in strategic planning, leadership development, performance management & organizational protocols, school improvement reform, school administration and supervision, technology integration, program and curriculum development, professional development and training, budget and finance, federal grant reporting procedures, personnel policies, procedures and evaluation; public, community, and media relations; oral and written communication and public speaking.
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