CAHMI’s 3D director elected to 11-state board
For the past three years, the Alliance has hosted a regional postsecondary education capacity building institute, the first two years at Georgia State University and most recently at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. The newly formed SEPSEA Board of Directors will focus on inclusive program development, research, public policy and communications across the Southeast.
“It is an honor and a privilege to represent the state of Arkansas among such an earnest and knowledgeable group of professionals,” Moore said. “ I am proud of UA-PTC’s role in broadening options for students with intellectual disabilities both in our region and across the nation.”
Moore, of Little Rock, began serving as 3D Program Director in May of 2016. The 3D Program, established in 2013, is an inclusive college experience for adults with intellectual disabilities. The two-year program seeks to provide students with academic enrichment, socialization, independent living skills, and gainful employment in the fields of culinary, baking, and hospitality.
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