Leadership Collective Newsletter — Spring 2022
JUST RELEASED: Leadership Collective Newsletter — Spring 2022
The Arc of Snohomish County published the Spring 2022 e-newsletter — recently re-branded as the “LEADERSHIP COLLECTIVE” quarterly publication — on July 5th.
The Leadership Collective shares stories of leadership and advocacy, as well as upcoming events and educational opportunities for parents and family caregivers, self-advocates, professionals and disability rights activists and allies. The publication focuses on disability visibility, advocacy, leadership and knowledge.
This most recent edition is Issue 2 of the 2022 newsletter series. It features an “Advocacy Spotlight” article on Laura Akers, a local self-advocate and Arc Trained Leader. The newsletter also includes information about a variety of upcoming leadership and advocacy training opportunities.
View the complete newsletter at http://tiny.cc/2022leadershipNewsletter2.
Whitney Stohr is the Leadership & Independent Living Program Manager at The Arc of Snohomish County. She is passionate about advocating for medically complex children and children with disabilities and their families. She is a mom and medical caregiver herself, who is energized by working closely with other parent/family caregivers. She lives with her spouse and their four-year-old son Malachi in Lynnwood. Connect with her on Instagram @rollin.w.spinabifida. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.