1 Frank J. Lane, Ph.D South Dearborn Street, Suite 236 Chicago, Illinois Office (312) Facsimile (312) Mobile (773) SUMMARY Rehabilitation counselor with over 10 years of clinical and administrative experience in public and private sector rehabilitation settings; Experienced educator with seven years of teaching experience at the undergraduate, graduate and advanced graduate level, including the development and instruction of synchronous and asynchronous courses for distance learning using Blackboard and Elluminate platforms; Research and training grants totaling $2,414,000 in the past seven years; Research experience in professional and implant ethics, assistive technology, and attitudes towards persons with disabilities; Significant experience in leadership positions for the rehabilitation counseling profession and academic community. EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Major: Rehabilitation Science: Social & Behavioral Integration; Concentration: Research and Evaluation Methodology Master of Health Science University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, Bachelor of Arts Saint Leo College, Saint Leo, Florida Psychology Doctoral Dissertation: Law enforcement officers endorsement of the bias categorization of crime scenarios: A prospective study of differences between disability and other protected categories. CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), , State of Illinois Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), C ACADEMIC POSITIONS & APPOINTMENTS 2012-Present Associate Professor with tenure, College of Psychology 2010-Present Head, Division of Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology Assistant Professor, Institute of Psychology Illinois Institute of Technology Institute of Psychology Responsible for coordination, oversight and course instruction for a CORE accredited graduate program in Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology and the Rehabilitation Specialization component of an APA accredited program in Clinical Psychology. Graduate & Undergraduate Courses: (* graduate and undergraduate sections) Survey of Interdisciplinary Applications of Assistive Technology* Access to Independence through Assistive Technology Fieldwork in Applications of Assistive Technology Interprofessional Project: Assistive Technology for Blind Swimmers
2 Page 2 ACADEMIC POSITIONS & APPOINTMENTS (Continued) Medical Aspects of Disability* Physical Foundations of Behavior Addictive Behaviors* Human Sexuality* Clinical Practicum Internship Masters and Doctoral Level Research Seminar December 2009 Visiting Faculty Universite Catholique de Louvain, Brussels, Belgium Department of Neural Rehabilitation Engineering Interviewed participants in a research study who received a Optic Nerve Visual Prosthesis to improve visual perception following total blindness secondary to retinitis pigmentosa 2004-Present Assistant Professor (Adjunct) University of Maine at Machias Division of Arts and Letters/ Behavioral Science Instruction of online courses using Blackboard Undergraduate Courses: Abnormal Psychology Social Psychology Chemical Dependency Vocational Implications of Disability Psychosocial Rehabilitation Instructor & Graduate Admissions Coordinator University of Florida Department of Community and Behavioral Health Sciences Responsible for course instruction for undergraduate rehabilitation services program; recruitment and coordination of student admissions for CORE accredited graduate program in rehabilitation counseling. Undergraduate Courses: Introduction to Rehabilitation Psychosocial Aspects of Disability CLINICAL/ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE 2012-Present Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) Chief Administrative Officer for a CHEA Recognized specialized accreditation agency that accredits graduate programs in rehabilitation counseling and undergraduate programs in rehabilitation services and disability studies Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant Private Practice Provide vocational consultation services including re-employment evaluation, work evaluation, adjustment and mental health counseling to individuals with disabilities Program Manager/ Grant Manager/ Program Consultant Florida Institute for Workforce Innovation/ Workforce Incentive Grant. Responsible for providing supervision, training and provision of services within the
3 Page 3 CLINICAL/ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE (Continued) Alachua Bradford One-stop career centers. Specific responsibilities include: program and organizational development, grant writing, program evaluation, assessment, budget planning and monitoring, within organization and external development and implementation of training programs, supervision of employees, one-stop operational management. Also responsible for providing needs assessment, training, technical support and assistance, quality assurance, and clinical oversight in Florida Vocational Rehabilitation Supervisor Florida Division of Vocational Rehabilitation DBA Florida Institute Responsible for the management of vocational rehabilitation services. Specific responsibilities included supervision of clinical and support staff; data analysis, program planning, budget management, quality assurance, case consultation, grant writing, training, education, staff development, organizational development Vocational Evaluation Specialist/ Program Manager Santa Fe Community College-Work Exploration Center Responsible for conducting intake evaluations, preparing vocational evaluation treatment plans, administering standardized assessments and vocational counseling for persons with disabilities at a Work Explorations center. Specific responsibilities include administering paper-pencil tests, work samples and computer based inventories to assess academic achievement, vocational aptitudes, interests and preferences for work and functional capacity; and report writing; supervision of work evaluation program Mental Health Counselor-Intern Shand s at Vista, Partial hospitalization and outpatient counseling Responsible for providing group and individual psychotherapy services under the supervision of a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Specific responsibilities include group counseling for individuals with depression related to work injuries Program Manager, Community Based Program for persons with TBI Rehab Solutions Responsible for managing occupational and traumatic brain injury-rehabilitation programs. Specific responsibilities included providing case management, cognitive remediation therapy, community reintegration, counseling, job placement, job development, & job coaching to persons with acquired and congenital neurological deficits. Conducted intake assessments including cognitive-screening evaluations. Write treatment plans, monthly progress reports and maintain Outcome Management System for CARF accreditation. Assisted with CARF program review Unit Treatment and Rehabilitation Specialist, Forensic Department of Children & Families, North Florida Evaluation & Treatment Center Responsible for monitoring and providing direct service to residents determined to be incompetent to proceed to trial and not guilty by reason of insanity by the Florida Judicial system, in a state forensic hospital Substance Abuse Counselor, Team Leader Civigenics, Inc. d/b/a/ Gainesville Drug Treatment Center Responsible for providing individual and group therapy to male offenders with a primary diagnosis of poly-substance dependence incarcerated by the Florida Department of Corrections.
4 Page 4 REFEREED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS Lane, F. J., Shaw, L. R., Young, M.E., & Bourgeois, P. J. (2012). Rehabilitation Counselor s perceptions of workplace culture and the influence on ethical behavior. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 55, Lane, F. J., Huyck, M. H, Troyk, P. R. & Schug, K. (2012) Responses of potential users to the intracortical visual prosthesis: Final themes from the analysis of focus group data. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 7, Lane, F. J, Huyck, M. H., & Troyk, P. R. (2011) Planning for the first human intracortical visual prosthesis by using pilot data from focus groups of potential users, Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 6, Tansey, T. N., Schopieray, S., Swett, E. A., Lane, F. J., & Pruett, S. (2009). Examining technologyenhanced coursework and distance education in rehabilitation counseling through the lens of Bloom s leaning taxonomy, Rehabilitation Education, 23, Pruett, S.R., Lee, E-J., Chan, F., Wang, M-H., & Lane, F.J. (2008). Dimensionality of the Contact with Disabled Persons Scale: Results from exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Shaw, L. R. & Lane, F. (2008). Ethical consultation: Content analysis of the advisory opinion archive of the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ferrin, J. M., Bisop, M., Tansey, T., Frain, M., Swett, E., & Lane, F. (2007). Conceptual and practical implications for rehabilitation research: Effect size estimates, confidence intervals, and power. Rehabilitation Education, 21, Larson, J. & Lane, F. (2006) A review of mental illness courtesy stigma for rehabilitation educators. Rehabilitation Education, 20, BOOK CHAPTERS Brodwin, M. G., Swett, E. A., Lane, F. J., Wingfoon, S. (In Press). Technology in rehabilitation counseling. In R. M. Parker, E. M. Szymanski, & J. B. Patterson (Eds.), Rehabilitation counseling: Basics and Beyond (5 th ed.) ProEd, Inc.: Austin, Texas. Pruett, S. R. & Lane, F. J. (2010) Assessment of disability-related attitudes. In E. Mpofu & T. Oakland (Eds). Assessment in Rehabilitation and Health. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon. Lane, F. J., Shaw, L. R. & Kim, M. (2009) Hate crimes committed against persons with disabilities. In B. Perry (Ed.) Victims of Hate Crime. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers. Brodwin, M. G., Swett, E. A., Lane, F. J., Star, T. (2005). Technology in rehabilitation counseling. In R. M. Parker, E. M. Szymanski, & J. B. Patterson (Eds.), Rehabilitation counseling: Basics and Beyond (4 th ed.) ProEd, Inc.: Austin, Texas. MANUSCRIPTS IN REVIEW Lane, F. J., & Shaw, L. R. (In review). Law enforcement officers endorsement of the bias categorization of crime scenarios: A prospective study of differences across protected categories.
5 Page 5 MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION (Date is anticipated date of submission) Lane, F. J., Troyk, P. R., & Huyck, M. H. (2013). Methods and results from interviews of prospective candidates and recipients of visual prostheses: What really matters? Lane, F. J., Nitsch, K. P., Huyck, M. H., Schug, K. & Troyk, P. R. (2013). Recipients of the first and second generation of an optic nerve visual prostheses. Lane, F. J. & Boland, E. (2012). Using an interrupted time-series analysis to evaluate the effectiveness of a US Department of Labor round-two work inventive grant. NON-REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES Lane, F. J. (2010, December). Wouldn t it be nice? Counseling Today, Keferl, J. E., Berven, N. L., Strohmer, D. C., & Lane, F. J. (2007). American Rehabilitation Counselor Association research awards. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 51(1), 4-6. RESEARCH GRANTS FUNDED U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command, Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center Preparation for Implantation of an Intracortical Visual Prosthesis in a Human Two-year project from September 2012 to August $999,087. Co-Principal Investigator Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC). A survey of Rehabilitation Counselors experience of agencies ethical culture One-year project from July 1, 2008-July 1, $40,000, Principal Investigator RESEARCH GRANTS SUBMITTED Grant Healthcare Foundation (GHF). The ethical implications of artificial vision. One-year project to fund data collection, analysis and dissemination of information submitted July 21, 2011, $60,000. Principal investigator. National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS). Employment outcomes for individuals who are blind or visually impaired. CFDA # B-6. Five-year project to coordinate knowledge translation activities with multiple targeted audiences submitted August 20, 2010, $75,000. Co-principal investigator. WISER Foundation, Wind turbine noise: Connecting aero and psycho acoustics. One-year project submitted November 15, 2009 to begin January 2010, $50,000. Co-Principal investigator Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA), Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS), U.S. Department of Education, Examining Social Security Beneficiaries Using Data From the Longitudinal Study of the Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program, Proposal submitted to the Rehabilitation Services Administration in response to RFP to utilize data from the Longitudinal Survey of Vocational Rehabilitation Service Programs, Special Demonstration Program Grant submitted February, 2003, Co-principal investigator. National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS), U.S. Department of Education. Demonstration on the Efficacy of Long-Term Follow-Up Services for Vocational Rehabilitation Consumers, Field Initiated Research Project, Submitted November, 2002, Co-principal investigator.
6 Page 6 RESEARCH GRANTS SUBMITTED-Continued Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA), Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS), U.S. Department of Education. Demonstration on the Efficacy of Long-Term Follow-Up Services for Vocational Rehabilitation Consumers, Special Demonstration Program Grant submitted September, 2001, Co-principal investigator. TRAINING GRANTS FUNDED U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration. Long-term Training Grant, CFDA B Long-term training in Rehabilitation Counseling Program. Five-year project funded from $750,000, Principal Investigator, Program Director U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration. Long-term Training Grant, CFDA B Part-Time Master s in Rehabilitation Counseling and Full-Time Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Counselor Education Program. Five-year project funded from $750,000, Principal Investigator, Program Director U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration. Long-term Training Grant, CFDA H1 129E Rehabilitation Engineering Technology. Five-year project funded from $499,750, Principal Investigator, Program Director U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration. Long-term Training Grant, CFDA H1 129L Undergraduate Education. Five-year project funded from $375,000, Principal Investigator, Program Director TRAINING GRANTS SUBMITTED U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration. Long-term Training Grant, CFDA # B Doctoral Training. $750,000 OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS FUNDED South Florida Workforce Board, Disability Program Services, Program to provide employment services to persons with disabilities for Dade and Monroe counties in Florida, May, 14, 2004, $1,140,000 (Threeyear project), Co-Principal Investigator Alachua Bradford Workforce Board, One-Stop General Services, Program to assist employers acquire, retain, & train qualified employees for the Alachua/Bradford regional workforce boards one-stop career system. First workforce project to fund a One-Stop Disability Navigator position to work with persons with disabilities in the One-stop using workforce funds, March 12, 2004, $2,596,000 (Four-year project), Co- Principal Investigator South Florida Workforce Board, Comprehensive Assessment Services, Program to provide testing and evaluation services to 16 One-stop career centers in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties in Florida, September 1, 2003, $360,000 (one-year project), Co-Principal Investigator OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS SUBMITTED Florida Office of the Attorney General, Victims of Crime Advocacy (VOCA), Victim Advocate Services for Persons with Disabilities, a proposal submitted to coordinate services between the Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida (CIL-NCF) and the Alachua County Office of Crime Advocates, February 25, 2005, $40,000, Co-principal investigator.
7 Page 7 OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS SUBMITTED-Continued Community Transportation Association of America, Innovative transportation solutions for persons with disabilities, a Work Incentive Grants proposal, January, 31, 2004, $75,000, Principal Investigator U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Alachua County Coalition for the Homeless and Hungry in partnership with the Alachua Bradford Regional Workforce Board: A project to assist grassroots faith and community based organizations to provide employment services to Alachua and Bradford county citizens who are homeless, a proposal submitted to the Grants for Intermediaries SGA/DFA , May 2, 2003, $100,000, Co-principal investigator. Florida Department of Education, Research on the Efficacy of Long-Term Follow-Up Services for Vocational Rehabilitation Consumers, Application to the, Innovation and Expansion Grant, January 2002, $75,000, Principal investigator. DISSERTATION COMMITTEE - Member Rafacz, J. (2011, May). Police officer stigma of mental illness. Zinke, J. (2007, August). Examining the cross-cultural validity of the short-form McGill pain questionnaire using the matched moderated regression technology. Lai, S. H. (2007, February). Self-stigma among Chinese people with mental illness: An exploratory study with a Taiwanese sample. Pipher, K. (2006, February). Disability and sexuality: Rehabilitation counselor comfort and competency. PEER REVIEWER Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin (RCB) Member, Editorial Board (2010-Present); Consulting Reviewer, ( ) Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counseling Member, Editorial Board (2009-Present) Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology Consulting Reviewer, (2010-Present) Annual Convention of the American Counseling Association Conference Chair (2011) Annual Convention of the American Counseling Association Reviewer (2008, 2009, 2010) Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association (VEWAA) Journal Consulting Reviewer, (2009) INVITED PRESENTATIONS Evenson, T., Nunez, P., & Lane, F. (2012, October). CORE response to the 20/20 commission s request that CORE and CACREP consider forming a unified accreditation body. Presentation at the annual NCRE/RSA/VSAVR conference, Washington, DC, October 29-30, 2012.
8 Page 8 INVITED PRESENTATIONS (Continued) Evenson, T., Nunez, P., & Lane, F. (2012, October). CORE proposal to the 20/20 commission and CACREP regarding a unified accreditation body: An in-depth discussion. Presentation at the annual NCRE/RSA/VSAVR conference, Washington, DC, October 29-30, Evenson, T., Lane, F., & Nunez, P. (2012, April). A discussion of the decisions by the ACA governing council's 20/20 workgroup. Presentation at the spring conference of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education (NCRE), San Francisco, CA, April 11-13, Evenson, T., Lane, F., & Nunez, P. (2012, April). Recent decisions by the ACA governing council's 20/20 workgroup and the impact on graduates from CORE accredited programs. Presentation at the spring conference of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education (NCRE), San Francisco, CA, April 11-13, Lane, F. J. (2011, May) Patient perspectives in clinical trials of visual prostheses: What really matters? Invited presentation at the National Eye Institute, National institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, May 6, Lane, F. J. & Shaw, L. R. (2011, March, April). Ethical workplace culture and rehabilitation counseling practice. Invited webinar presentation for the University of Iowa Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Ethics (I-DARE) ethics series, March 2 and April 12, Lane, F. J., & Shaw, L. R. (2010, October). Results from a survey of rehabilitation counselors experience of ethical workplace culture. Invited presentation to the Professional Development Symposium of the National Rehabilitation Counseling Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 28-30, Lane, F. J., & Shaw, L. R. (2010, June). A survey of rehabilitation counselors experience of ethical workplace culture: Final report to the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification. Presentation to the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Chicago, Illinois, June 12, Lane, F. (2009, September). Bias crimes against persons with disabilities. Panel discussion conducted at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA. PEER REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS Lane, F. J. (2012, September). Methods and results from interviews of eleven recipients of a visual cortex implant: An analysis of their experiences. Paper presented at the Eye and the Chip, World Congress on Artificial Vision, Detroit, Michigan, September 11, Lane, F. J., Huyck, M. H., Troyk, P. R. & Nitsch, K. P. (2012, May). The experiences of recipients of a cortical visual prosthesis: A preliminary analysis of eight participants expressed motivation, decision-making process, risks, and functional use of phosphenes. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Association for Research in Vision and Opthamology (ARVO), Ft. Lauderdale, Florida May 6-10, Lane, F. J., & Troyk, P. R. (2010, September). Methods and results from interviews of prospective candidates and recipients of visual prostheses: What really matters? Invited presentation to the 10 th Annual Eye and the Chip: World Congress on Artificial Vision, Detroit, Michigan, September 13, Troyk, P. R., Huyck, M. H. & Lane, F. J. (2009). Responses of potential users to the intracortical visual prosthesis research. Poster presented at the Association for Research in Vision and Opthalmology (session 4228-D761). Fort Lauderdale, Fl., May 3-7, 2009.
9 Page 9 PRESENTATIONS (Continued) Lane, F., Swett, E., Diamond, D. J., & Kim, M. (2008, February). Using time-series to analyze the outcome data of a Work Incentive Grant. Symposium conducted at the 8 th Annual Rehabilitation Educators Conference, San Antonio, Texas. Lane, F., Shaw, L. & Kim, M. (2007, November). Differences in law enforcement officers agreement with the bias categorization of crimes committed against persons with disabilities compared to other protected categories. Symposium conducted at the Annual Conference of the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association: 50 th Anniversary, Tampa, Florida. Kim, M., & Lane, F. (2007, November). Emergency communication systems for persons with disabilities. Symposium conducted at the 50 th Anniversary Annual Conference of the American Rehabilitation Counselor Association, Tampa, Florida. Tansey, T., Swett, B., Lane, F. J., & Pruett, S. (2007, February). Understanding the benefits of technology: Enhanced instruction through Bloom s taxonomy. Symposium conducted at the 7 th Annual Rehabilitation Educators Conference San Diego, California. Lane, F. J. (2006, October). Corporate culture and ethical decision-making. Colloquium presented to the faculty of the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois. Lane, F. J., Pruett, S. & Spitznagel, R. (2006, March) An analysis of the psychometric properties of the Modified Issues in Disability Scale. Symposium conducted at the Annual convention of the American Counseling Association (ACA), Montreal, Canada. Lane, F. J. (2005, September). Professional ethics and organizational culture. Symposium conducted at a meeting of the North Central Florida Rehabilitation Association, Gainesville, Florida. Lane, F. J. (2005, May). The integration of VR into the one-stop career centers: Reality or Fantasy? Symposium conducted at the Annual meeting of the Southeast Region National Rehabilitation Association, Tampa, Florida. Shaw, L. R. & Lane, F. J. (2005, April). When professional ethics clash with corporate culture. Symposium conducted at the Annual meeting of the International Association of Rehabilitation professionals (IARP), Orlando, Florida. Lane, F. J. & Swett, E. A. (2005, February). Workforce & Disability: Future directions for research. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the National Council on Rehabilitation, Tucson, AZ. Hanson, G., Larson, A. Lane, F. Porter, A. & Chavez, J. (2004, October). Personal reflections on choosing a career in rehabilitation. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of RSA/NCRE/ CSAVR in Washington, DC. Lane, F.J., Swett, E. A., & Castina, J. (2004, February). Workforce Development: Preparing students as one-stop disability consultants. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education, Tucson, AZ Lane, F. J. & Swett, E. A. (2003, October). Rehabilitation consulting in the workforce development system. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the National Rehabilitation Association, Nashville, Tennessee. Lane, F.J., Odom, D., McCarthy, W., & Stokes, T.F., (March, 1989). Group training and generalization of Social skills by behavior disordered adolescents. Symposium conducted at the 9 th annual conference of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, Tampa, Florida.
10 Page 10 PRESENTATIONS (Continued) Stokes, T.F., McCarthy, W., Greer, J., Jarosz, M., & Lane, F.J.,(March, 1988). Individualized treatment During client care monitoring procedures: Innovative approaches to solving performance problems of severely emotionally disturbed adolescents. Symposium conducted at the 8 th annual conference of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, Orlando, Florida. Stokes, T.F., McCarthy, W., Jarosz, M. & Lane, F.J., (January, 1988). The procedures and effects of client case review Symposium conducted at the National Adolescent Conference, Chicago, Illinois. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA), Past-President ( ) Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) Treasurer, Board of Directors Executive Committee ( ); Member, Board of Directors ( ) International Rehabilitation Counseling Association (IRCA) ARCA Delegate (2010) American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA), Chair, Council on Public Policy and Legislation ( ) American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA), President ( ) American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA), President-Elect ( ) American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA), Chair, Council on Administration, Management and Organization, (2008-Present) American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA), Chair, Council on Public Relations and Awareness, ( ) American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA), Editor, ARCA Newsletter ( ) Florida Rehabilitation Association, Member, Board of Directors ( ) North Central Florida Rehabilitation Association, President ( ), Past President ( ) UNIVERSITY SERVICE Search Committee, Illinois Institute of Technology, College of Psychology, Chair of Psychology search, (Fall 2012-Spring 2013). Strategic Planning Committee, Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Psychology, Member, (May Present) Faculty Lecture Series Committee, Illinois Institute of Technology, Member, (September 2009-Present) IPRO Review Committee, Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Psychology, Reviewer, April Graduate Studies Committee, Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Psychology, Back-up Representative, (September 2010-May 2011)
11 Page 11 UNIVERSITY SERVICE-Continued Quality of Work life Committee, Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Psychology Representative, (September 2006-May 2010) Humanizing Technology Workgroup. Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Psychology Representative, (June 2009-January 2010) Technology & Policy Workgroup. Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Psychology Representative, (July 2009-January 2010) Search Committee, Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Psychology, Undergraduate faculty position, Chairperson, (Spring 2009). Undergraduate Studies Committee, Illinois Institute of Technology, Back-up Representative, (2008- Present) American Rehabilitation Counseling Association-IIT Student Chapter, Illinois Institute of Technology, Faculty Advisor, (September 2006-August 2010) Executive Committee, Department of Rehabilitation Counseling, University of Florida, Student member (January 2006-August 2006) PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS American Psychological Association (APA) American Counseling Association (ACA) American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA) American Mental Health Counseling Association (AMHCA) Association for Research and Vision in Opthamology (ARVO) Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) National Council on Rehabilitation Education (NCRE) International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals (IARP) COMMUNITY SERVICE Young Philanthropists Board, Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind, Member (2009 Present) Chicago Mayor s Office for Persons with Disabilities, Consultant (2007-Present) Fair Housing Human Rights Board, Quasi-judicial Board that reviews complaints of housing and employment discrimination in Alachua County, Florida. Board Member ( ) Community Block Grant Advisory Board, Board Makes suggestions on grant application processes and provides advice on policies related to community development. Vice-Chair ( )
12 Page 12 COMMUNITY SERVICE-Continued Citizens Disability Advisory Committee, Committee advises the county equal opportunity office director in the areas of employment and program accessibility. Board Member, ( ), Vice-Chair ( ) Florida Business Leadership Network (BLN) Governor s ABLE Trust, Network provides trainings to businesses in the state of Florida on issues related to the employment of persons with disabilities. Presenter/ Member ( ) Alachua County Coalition for the Homeless and Hungry, Coalition Member; Workforce Workgroup, Chairperson, ( ) Gainesville Downtown Owners and Tenants Association (GDOTA), Member ( ) Halfwayback, Inc., Board Member, Board of Directors (Board that governs half-way houses for recovering addicts) ( ) Gainesville Housing Authority, Family Self-Sufficiency Program, Member ( ) Alachua County EXCEL Council (Employment for Students with Disabilities), Council Member ( ) Exceptional Student Education Advisory Council, Member (Advisory board to the Alachua county school board on disability issues related to children) ( ) Interagency Social Service Council, Member ( ) (Planning council of the heads of local social service agencies) North Florida Human Rights Council, Board of Directors ( ), Board Member HONORS & AWARDS New Career in Rehabilitation Education, received at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education (NCRE), Los Angeles, CA, April John Muthard Memorial Scholarship Award for Excellence in Research at the Doctoral Level, Rehabilitation Science, UF (2006) Scholarship Award, Rehabilitation Counseling, UF (2001) Bruce Thomason Memorial Award, Rehabilitation Counseling, UF (2000) Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) Scholar, UF ( ) Clinical Excellence Award, Rehabilitation Counseling, UF (1999) Outstanding Scholar of the Year, Social Science Division, Saint Leo College (1988) Academic Scholar of the Year, Psychology Department, Saint Leo College (1987)
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