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Staff Spotlight – Spenser Norris

Posted On April 11, 2018
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Meet Spenser Norris, a Community Services Specialist at CLD!

Spenser started working with CLD as a graduate research assistant and Academic Transition Teacher with IDEAL at GSU in January of 2017. She was officially hired on as a staff member at CLD on June 5th, 2017. Spenser supports Inclusive Post-Secondary Education initiatives on a statewide… more »

CAC Spotlight – Nandi Isaac

Posted On March 29, 2018
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Meet Nandi Isaac, one of CLD’s Community Advisory Council (CAC) members!

Nandi has been a member of the CAC since 2014. She likes being a part of the CAC as her goals mirror the mission of the CAC: for individuals to be employed, independent, and advocating for themselves and others. Looking back on her own… more »

Staff Spotlight – Molly Chung

Posted On March 20, 2018
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Meet Molly Chung, the Administrative Assistant at CLD!

Molly joined the Center for Leadership in Disability in November of 2017, taking over the administrative duties of the office. “[I] enjoy being involved in meaningful, solution-based work”, Molly says, and loves being able to assist in furthering the CLD’s mission. Molly was raised in Dallas, Georgia,… more »

Georgia State University Partners with Lady Gaga

Foundation Mission to Train in Mental Health First Aid Comes to Atlanta

Atlanta, GA: A Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) training on November 28, 2017 with 30 DeKalb County Schools staff coincided with a visit to Atlanta by Lady Gaga as part of her Joanne World Tour. This course reached maximum capacity and all… more »

Statement of the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) in Response to NPR’s “Abused and Betrayed” Series

Posted On January 29, 2018
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January 12, 2018 Andrew J. Imparato, JD Executive Director [email protected]

The Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), a national network of federally-funded university centers and programs working to improve the quality of life of children and adults with intellectual and other disabilities, commends NPR Correspondent Joseph Shapiro and his colleagues on the NPR… more »