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The Bottom Line of Disabilities: Closing Remarks

VIDEO March 24, 2018

Closing Remarks

Stephanie Mackay, Chief Innovation Officer, Columbus Community Center

Michael Woodbury, Millennial and Advocate: Unemployed, millennial, disabled? Three strikes, but are you really out?

Speaker / Author

Stephanie Mackay

Board Director, Switchpoint Community Resource Center

Stephanie has spent the last two decades in the nonprofit sector working as a social entrepreneur and nonprofit leader where she brings a strong voice to the table to promote solutions for the most vulnerable citizens in our communities. (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/stephanie-mackay/0/577/98/). She is the former Chief Innovation Officer at Columbus Community Center, a nonprofit agency that serves individuals with some of the most severe disabilities (www.columbusserves.org). For nearly two decades she has held positions that have given her unique insight into the day-to-day triumphs and struggles of families of all socio-economic levels who face many overwhelming obstacles to navigate ... Read More

Michael Woodbury

AP/IB editor and grader, Hillcrest High School

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