Department of Human Services

Newly Appointed Advisory Council Members

Advocates For The Disabled

July 1, 2011 | 2 min reading time

The Office on the Disabled thanks Mayor Francis G. Slay for appointing eight new members to the Advisory Council on the Disabled.  We are very much looking forward to collaborating with this distinguished group of disability advocates and professionals in order to make Saint Louis a city where people of all abilities are full and equal participants.

The Office on the Disabled advocates for disability access by working to assist city departments, businesses, and public services with establishing compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines.  Our goal is to make our city fully accessible and rich in opportunities for citizens of all abilities.

Office on the Disabled Advisory Council

Chair—Gina Hilberry, AIA LEED AP, Principal of Cohen Hilberry Architects, Inc.

Vice Chair—Willie Kimbrough, Jr., Community Advocate Specialist for Paraquad, Inc.

Secretary—Kerri Morgan, MSOT OTR/L ATP, Instructor Washington University Department of Neurology and Program in Occupational Therapy

Linda Baker, MSW, ACSW, Executive Director of the Governor’s Council on Disability

Michael Keller, Community Advocate, Treasure for the Missouri Council for the Blind

William Sheldon, Community Advocate, Board of Directors of the Central Institute of the Deaf

Wendy Sullivan, President of Life Skills Foundation

Jane Thomas, Mobility Specialist for Rehabilitation Services for the Blind

  • Department:
    Department of Human Services
  • Topic:
    Community

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