1 , MS, CSW 1904 Webster Ave. (715) Eau Claire, WI (715) fax (715) home Education Masters of Science, Vocational Rehabilitation, 1994, Menomonie, Wisconsin Thesis: This Historical Development and Validation of the Vocational Assessment Protocol Bachelor of Social Work (BSW), 1987 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Minor: Business Administration Certifications/Training Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer, 2009-Present The American Academy for the Certification of Brain Injury Specialist (AACBIS) Certified Brain Injury Specialist, 2009-Present The American Academy for the Certification of Brain Injury Specialist (AACBIS) Certified Social Worker (CSW), 1993-Present State of Wisconsin Certified Vocational Evaluator (CVE), Commission of Certification of Work Adjustment and Vocational Specialists. American s with Disabilities Act (ADA) Consumer Trainer, United Cerebral Palsy Training, Birmingham, AL Employment Experience Owner/Director, 1995-Present Reality Unlimited, LLC Eau Claire, Wisconsin Owner & operator of a company providing reality-based community services for individuals with brain injury. Day-to-day business administration and staff supervision Program development for three Adult Family Homes
2 Page 2 Employment Experience, Continued Environmental behavioral intervention strategies Outpatient Counseling/Consulting Training on brain injury for various agencies/organizations Project Developer, Fairhaven Institute for Brain Injury, Inc. Menomonie, Wisconsin Developed an institute to promote the inclusion of people with brain injury in research, leadership, service delivery design and public policy. Director, Brain Injury Services, Brotoloc Health Care Systems, Inc. Eau Claire, Wisconsin Responsible for developing a statewide community-based residential program. Brain Injury Specialist, Heinz Psychological Services, LTD Eau Claire, Wisconsin Provided counseling and casemanagement services for individuals who have experienced brain injury and their families. Research Assistant, Research and Training Center (RTC) Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute (SVRI) Menomonie, Wisconsin Assisted in the clinical validation of the Vocational Assessment Protocol for Brain Injury Liaison to the Brain Injury Association, Inc. (BIA) and the Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin, Inc (BIA-W) Resource Counselor, Center for Independent Living of Western Wisconsin, Inc. Menomonie, Wisconsin Provided counseling, assistive technology, and information regarding resources to assist individuals with brain injury to live more independently in the community of their choice.
3 Page 3 Employment Experience, con t. Research Project Coordinator, Research and Training Center (RTC) Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute (SVRI) Menomonie, Wisconsin Assisted with Project HIRe, a supported employment research project involving people with brain injury and measuring needed supports for successful employment placement and maintainment. Executive Director, Kinship of Chippewa County, Inc. Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin Provided administration, marketing and fundraising for a non-profit organization that matched children from single parent families with adult volunteers/mentors. Instructor, 1988 Bablick Nurturing Program Family Support Center Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin Taught children (ages 8-12) abuse avoidance and positive self-nurturing skills. Professional Memberships and Activities Long Term Care Council of Wisconsin Member, 2014-Present Madison, WI Department of Health Services Secretary appointed council to advise the department on issues related to the provision of long term care services in the state of Wisconsin. Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin, Inc (Formerly the Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin, Inc.) President, , 2013-Present Vice President, Board of Directors, & Support Group Facilitator, 1983-Present Sussex, WI An advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals who have experienced brain injury and the prevention of brain injury.
4 Page 4 Professional Memberships and Activities (con t) Mayo Clinic Brain Injury Model Systems Advisory Board Member, 2001-Present Rochester, MN Advises Mayo Clinic s Midwest Regional Brain Injury Center on issues related to brain injury research and service delivery. Treatment Instead of Prison (TIP) Task Force JONAH (Joining Our Neighbors Advancing Hope) Member, 2008-Present Eau Claire, WI A faith based, issue driven advocacy group that believes the justice system should have the goal of restoring lives and families when possible. Brain Injury Advisory Council of Wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services Member, 2000-Present Madison, WI Secretary appointed council to advise on issues related to brain injury Wisconsin State Independent Living Council (SILC), Member, Vice Chairperson, Member, Madison, Wisconsin Governor appointment to overview and advise the administration on issues related to individuals with disabilities living as independently as possible. Wisconsin Rehabilitation Council Member, Madison, Wisconsin Governor appointment to overview and advise the administration on issues related to individuals with disabilities obtaining and maintaining employment. Healthcare Finance Administration, (HCFA) Grant Reviewer, 2000 Washington, D.C. Reviewed Ticket to Work & Work Incentives Act (TWWIA) State Infrastructure Grants
5 Page 5 Professional Memberships and Activities (con t) National Center on Outcomes Research, (NCOR) Focus Group Member, July 29, 2000 Washington, D.C. A focus group to define and describe the quality of services and supports individuals with disabilities receive. Brain Injury Program Standards National Advisory Council Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) Member, 1999 Tucson, Arizona Council provided input into the 2000 Standards of Care in Medical Rehabilitation, specifically for Brain Injury Programs Brain Injury Association of America, Inc. Member,Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS)Agreement of Understanding Committee Annual Symposium Planning Committee, Member, Suvivor s Council, Member Board of Directors, Member Annual Symposium, Peer Reviewer, 1990 Subsance Abuse Task Force, Member, Research & Training Center Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute National Advisory Board, Member Pediatric Brain Injury Task Force Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Member, Publications Co-author, Beautiful Minds: Rebuilding Life After A Brain Injury, Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services/Pathways to Independence, 2008.
6 Page 6 Publications, con t. Co-author, A Historical Journey Into Our World, TBI Challenge, Brain Injury Association Newsletter, November/December Author, President s Message, Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin Newsletter, Published quarterly, Author, Journal Article Review, Job Coach Burnout, Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, Nov 1992, 16(4). Co-author, Traumatic Brain Injury and Vocational Rehabilitation, 2 nd ed., published by Research and Training Center,, Presentations 30 Years of 3 rd Thursdays: The Care & Maintenance of Support Groups, Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin s Annual Conference, Wisconsin Dells, May 2014 Making Your Space A Better Place for Your Brain, Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin s Annual Conference, Wisconsin Dells, May 2013 Aging & Brain Injury: 30 Years Later, Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin s Annual Conference, Wisconsin Dells, May 2013 Aging & Brain Injury, Carle Rehabilitation Center s Annual Conference, Champagne, IL, April 2013 Certified Brain Injury Specialist Training, Wisconsin Brain Injury Advisory Board Statewide Training Project, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, October 2009 Aging and Brain Injury, Brain Injury Association of America s Caregivers Conference, Washington, D.C., Participatory Research: A Win/Win Framework, Brain Injury Association of America Annual Symposium; July 2002 Brain Injury 101, Fall 1998 & 1999, Guest speaker, Education Department, University of Wisconsin-Stout. Life After Brain Injury 101, April 1999; St. Croix county Department of Social Services family training, New Richmond, WI.
7 Page 7 Presentations, con t. Life After Brain Injury 101, June 1998; Eau Claire county Department of Health & Social Services In-service Training, Eau Claire, WI. Paid Work Alternatives, July 1995, Vocational Rehabilitation and Brain Injury: Planning Employment and Emerging Issues, Summer Institute, University of Wisconisn-Stout. Personal Awareness, August 1995, Vocational Rehabilitation and Brain Injury: Planning Employment and Emerging Issues, Summer Institute,. The Wisconsin Medical Assistance Brain Injury Waiver/The NHIF and OSERS Agreement of Understanding Update, June 1995, National Head Injury Foundation Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. In Defense of Myself, May 1995, Brain Injury Association s 8 th Annual Conference, Green Bay, WI. In Defense of Myself, November 1994, OSERS Conference on Brain Injury, Chicago. In Defense of Myself, November 1994, National Head Injury Foundation s Annual Symposium, Chicago. The Vocational Assessment Protocol, November 1994, National Head Injury Foundation s Annual Symposium, Chicago. Education and Vocation After Brain Injury: The Lifelong Continuum, Pre Symposium Workshop, November 1994, National Head Injury Foundation s Annual Symposium, Chicago. Sensitivity to the Experience of Brain Injury, June 1994, Midwest Rehabilitation Center, Waterford, WI. From the Survivor s Point of View, Panelist, May 1994, Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin s 7 th Annual Brain Injury Conference, Madison, WI. Brain Injury and Education, March 1994, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, WI. Intimacy After Brain Injury, May 1993, Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin s 6 th Annual Brain Injury Conference, Eau Claire, WI. Neuropsychological Evaluations and Vocational Planning, Co-Presenter, May 1993, Brain Injury Assoc. of Wisconsin s 6 th Annual Brain Injury Conference, Eau Claire, WI. Traumatic Brain Injury: A Survivor s Perspective, May 1993, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Conference, Marshfield, WI.
8 Page 8 Presentations, con t. Into the Future: A New Era for Traumatic Brain Injury, Panelist, April 1993, National Association of School Psychologists Annual conference, Washington, D.C. Sexuality and Intimacy After Traumatic Brain Injury, August 1990, Diffusion Network training,. Head Injury, 1990 Chippewa County Public Health Nurses In-service, Chippewa Falls, WI. Head Injury and Domestic Violence, 1988, Family Support Center, Chippewa Falls, WI.
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