The Bottom Line of Disabilities: Closing RemarksVIDEO March 24, 2018
Stephanie Mackay, Chief Innovation Officer, Columbus Community Center
Michael Woodbury, Millennial and Advocate: Unemployed, millennial, disabled? Three strikes, but are you really out?
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Stephanie is the chief innovation officer for Columbus Community Center, a Salt Lake County-based nonprofit organization that provides programs and services for 420 individuals who have developmental and physical disabilities. Stephanie joined Columbus in 2004, and in her role, she is involved in fundraising, donor relations, board development, strategic planning, community events, marketing, and public relations. Prior to joining the nonprofit field in 2004, she worked as a corporate communication consultant and writer in a number of capacities. She started her career at Shipley Associates, an internationally recognized consulting firm that specializes in communication training and customized writing. She served ... Read More
Michael graduated from Salt Lake Community College with an Associate’s degree, then he went on to the University of Utah where he graduated with a 3.6 GPA and a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications. Most recently, Michael worked at Hillcrest High School as an AP/IB editor and grader. Michael helps with the Muscular Dystrophy Association annual telethon and has attended its summer camp for the past 7 years. He works closely with the Muscular Dystrophy community and is adept in American Sign Language. He has a passion for connecting with people who have disabilities, especially in the muscular dystrophy culture. ... Read More