Announcing Spring 2018 Host/ Fellow Pairs

The Professional Fellows Program on Inclusive Disability Employment (PFP- IDE) Team is thrilled to announce the placement of all of our Spring 2018 Fellows with host sites for the Leadership Summit portion of their fellowship experience. Fellows have been placed in sites that correspond to their specialized interests in the realm of inclusive employment. The Leadership Summit will run from April 30- May 25 and provide fellows with the opportunity to learn and work alongside a professional in the field. Please join us in congratulating the following hosts and fellows on making the first step in what is sure to be an engaging and enlightening partnership.

Bernadette Muyomi will be working alongside Wendy Parent-Johnson at The University of South Dakota Center for Disabilities.

Hassan Waddimba will be working alongside Megan Peters at The Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics section of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

Novath Rukwago will be working alongside Derrick Willis at The University of Iowa Center for Disabilities and Development (CDD).

Raphael Mwambalaswa will be working alongside Derrick Willis at The University of Iowa Center for Disabilities and Development (CDD).

Ronald Kasule will be working alongside Isabel Hodge at The United States International Council on Disabilities (USICD).

Samuel Odawo will be working alongside Kaitlyn Richardson at The Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities is located at the University of Rochester.

Stephen Areba will be working alongside Evan Dean at The Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities (KUCDD).

Sylivia Kalungi will be working alongside Bryan Dague at The University of Vermont Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI).

Victoria Lihiru will be working alongside Bryan Dague at The University of Vermont Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI).

Vincent Ogutu will be working alongside Jerry Alliston at The Institute for Disability Studies at the University of Southern Mississippi.