INDIANAPOLIS, IN (March 26, 2021) - The Indiana Association for Rehabilitation Facilities (INARF) is pleased to announce the Leadership Academy graduating Class of 2021.
The Academy is INARF’s commitment to, and investment in, the development of leaders with high potential to positively impact industry growth and success. The INARF Leadership Academy – Class of 2021 attendees were selected by the INARF Leadership Skill-Building Workgroup from a pool of highly qualified and interested applicants advanced by their employers, INARF Member organizations who provide services to Hoosiers with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).
INARF’s vision is reflected in the robust Curriculum presented throughout four 2-day classes, led by industry experts and experienced leaders, but also from one another through group work and small group projects. Since the Academy’s inception in September 2018, participants have built their capabilities in the following core areas: leading themselves, leading others, and leading change.
You can find more information about the INARF Leadership Academy at: www.inarf.org/leadership_academy.
The INARF Leadership Academy – Class of 2021 is listed below in alphabetical order:
Alyx Bates, Cardinal Services, Inc.
Ashley Bisher, Wabash Center, Inc.
Tierre Clark, LEL Home Services, LLC
Kevin Evans, Abilities Services, Inc.
LaDonna Everroad, Sycamore Services, Inc.
Brandi Foreman, Carey Services, Inc.
Keith Fox, Easterseals Crossroads
Kristy Hayes, The Village of Merici
Kim Hill, ResCare, Inc.
Kyle Keller, Developmental Services, Inc.
Kara Kimes, Advocacy Links, LLC
Abbie McIntyre, Janus Developmental Services, Inc.
Tony Palmer, Noble
Toni Richards, Corvilla, Inc.
Ken Rose, New Hope of Indiana
Karlie Shaw, The Arc of Greater Boone County
Laura Shelley, IPMG, Inc.
Mark Slaughter, ResCare, Inc.
Heather Sorrells, IPMG, Inc.
Nicholas Stellema, Insights Consulting, Inc.
Kendel Tilton, Noble
INARF is the principle membership organization in Indiana representing providers of services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Our members serve over 50,000 Indiana citizens annually and employ over 14,500 full-time employees. For more than 46 years, INARF has maintained positive work relationships with governmental agencies responsible for human service programs, promoted networking and professional development opportunities for members, and provided leadership and support in the promotion of quality programs for persons with I/DD. INARF is committed to strengthening the system of services and supports for Hoosiers with disabilities. For more information, please visit our website www.inarf.org.
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