Past LDHH Presentations
Three presenters are scheduled to present at Gallaudet University.
WHEN: Saturday, March 28, 2015
TIME: 11:00am - 3:00pm
WHERE: The location for this training at Gallaudet University on Saturday is:
Hall Memorial Building (HMB)
222R in the West Wing (English Lab)
Suzy Rosen Singleton on "Conflict Resolution"
Shane Feldman on "Board Leadership"
Alice Rice on "What's Next? ( Creating changes)"
SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZER: Norma Moran
Description Event: Norma Moran had organized the three great presenters: Suzy Rosen Singleton on "Conflict Resolution", Shane Feldman on "Leadership Styles"and Allie Rice on "What's Next? (Creating changes)" for the 2015-2017 board members while the Training Day was held at the English Lab in Hall Memorial Building (HMB) on Gallaudet University campus.
Three presenters are scheduled to present at Gallaudet Unversity. Detailed information about all presenters can be displayed: PDF document
Here are the presenters' bios and the titles of their presentations:
1) Suzy Rosen Singleton on "Conflict Resolution": 11:00am-12:00pm
Suzy Rosen Singleton, an attorney-advisor in the Disability Rights Office of the Federal Communications Commission, is a native user of American Sign Language, and has practiced disability law since 1992. Her career involved civil rights litigation for the now defunct California Center for Law and the Deaf (CalCLAD), and disability policy work in the following capacities: as the counsel for government affairs for the National Association of the Deaf (NAD), a special education law compliance officer for the U.S. Department of Education, and the ombuds for Gallaudet University. Suzy is licensed to practice in the District of Columbia, and holds a Juris Doctor from the UCLA School of Law, and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
2) Shane Feldman on "Board Leadership": 12:15pm-1:30pm
Shane Feldman is the Principal/CEO of Innivee Strategies. He has over ten years of exceptional leadership that has invigorated organizations and its stakeholders. Shane's overall body of work transformed complex associations through innovative and collaborative solutions. His leadership as a nonprofit executive aligned associations to the expectations of its Boards and members. Shane left a lasting impact in the associations he served where they experienced significant increases in visibility, efficiency, revenues, accountability, and influence.
He received his Master’s in Management and Certificate in Nonprofit Financial Management from the University of Maryland University College and received his Certified Association Executive from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE).
3) Allie Rice on "What's Next? (Creating changes)": 1:45pm-3:00pm
Allie Rice is the Youth Leadership Coordinator at the National Association of the Deaf (NAD).
Allie, a returned Peace Corps volunteer and a staunch deaf advocacy educator, is very involved with deaf youth in various countries such as Japan, India, and Kenya. She graduated with a bachelor of science degree in professional and technical communications from Rochester Institute of Technology in May 2002. As a Peace Corps volunteer in Kenya from 2006 to 2008, she focused on improving the quality of education and resources for underprivileged deaf children, young adults, and parents. Prior to and after her volunteer service overseas, she worked with Anthropologie, a high volume clothing store, as a sales specialist and department manager. A Los Angeles, California native, she has always been fascinated by unique places, different cultures, and foreign sign languages. In addition, she is fluent in Kenyan Sign Language and enjoys reading, writing short stories, cooking, going to a local farmers’ market, and traveling.
General Meeting and Special Speaker
Please join us for LDHH Lecture. "Chican@ Sord@ People in Barrier@: Language and Culture Barrier in the dominant U.S. Society" will be lectured by Special Speaker Joel A. Garica
WHEN: January 25, 2014
TIME: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
WHERE: I. King Jordan Student Academic Center - SAC 1214, 800 Florida Ave, NE, Washington, DC 20002-3695
SPEAKERS: Joel A. Garcia
TOPIC: "Chican@ Sord@ People in Barrier@: Language and Culture Barrier in the dominant U.S. Society"
SPONSOR: Latino Deaf and Hard of Hearing Association of the Metropolitan DC Area, Inc.
SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZER: Norma Moran
This lecture is free and open to the Latino community.
This lecture will be videocast live at the General Meeting
Don't forget to bring a potluck to share or check our website for fees.
Third General Meeting and Special Speakers
Purple3 and LDHH at DeafNation Expo in Washington, DC
Second General Meeting and Special Speaker