View the Executive Order 2006-09 establishing Governor's Cabinet for People with Disabilities & Governor's Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities.
|Department of Human Services||Secretary Ted Dallas (Cabinet Chair)|
|Department of Aging||Secretary Teresa Osborne|
|Department of Community and Economic Development||Secretary Dennis M. Davin|
|Department of Education||Secretary Pedro Rivera|
|Department of Health||Secretary Karen Murphy|
|Department of Labor and Industry||Secretary Kathy Manderino|
|Department of Military and Veterans Affairs||Acting Adjutant General Brig. Gen. Tony Carrelli|
|Department of State||Secretary Pedro Cortes|
|Department of Transportation||Secretary Leslie Richards|
|Governor’s Office of the Budget||Secretary Randy Albright|
|Governor's Office of Policy and Planning||Secretary Sarah Galbally|
|Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council||Executive Director Graham Mulholland|
|Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency||Exec. Dir. & CEO Brian A. Hudson, Sr.|
|Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission||Executive Director Joann L. Edwards|
|Pennsylvania State Civil Service Commission||Executive Director Jeffery Wallace|
|Pennsylvania Council on the Arts||Executive Director Philip Horn|
|Dr. Josie Badger||Pittsburgh, PA|
|Charles J. Giambrone||Harborcreek, PA|
|Sarah Goldstein||Pittsburgh, PA|
|Kay L. Lipsitz||York, PA|
|Ken W. Oakes||Philadelphia, PA|
|Stephen S. Pennington||Philadelphia, PA|
|Terry E. Roth||Harrisburg, PA|
|Katherine S. Seidl||Harrisburg, PA|
|Rev. Sally Jo Snyder||Freeport, PA|
|Shirley Walker||Harrisburg, PA|
If you are interested in serving as a member of the Governor's Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities, please submit your member application, resume and a letter of recommendation to Devon Grant by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail at:
Devon D. Grant, Executive Director
Governor’s Cabinet and Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities
Room 333 Health & Welfare Bldg.
625 Forster St.
Harrisburg, PA 17120
Pennsylvania is participating in a program offered by the US Dept. of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP). The program assists states to develop and implement a state plan to increase competitive integrated employment for individuals with disabilities. Through this program, Pennsylvania has access to technical assistance from national subject-matter experts (SMEs).
Click here to register for the PA EFSLMP Community of Practice Webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Participants only need to register one time and they will be registered for all of the webinars in the series and will receive reminders regarding upcoming sessions.
PADES, PA Disability Employment & Empowerment Summit, aims to bring together employers, related government agencies, service providers and people with disabilities, to discuss challenges, opportunities, case studies of programs of excellence, advancements in adaptive technology, supports, suggestions for systems improvements, and other important topics. Learn more about PADES.
This art contest is a collaboration between the Department of Human Services, The Arc of Pennsylvania, PA Mental Health Consumers' Association, Pennsylvania Statewide Independent Living Council, and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
Individuals with disabilities offer unique, diverse, and valuable perspectives that can benefit all Pennsylvanians. Artistic ability and expression offer unique opportunities for everyone to appreciate and understand the talents and perspectives of Pennsylvanians with a disability. A team of judges including representatives from the sponsoring agencies recognize winners based on the following criteria: originality, imagination, visual interest, and skillful use of materials. Learn more about "Art: The Universal Language."
For more information on the Governor’s Cabinet and Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities, or to be added to the ListServe, please contact Devon Grant at (717) 787-4287 or email@example.com.