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Governor's Committee on the Employment of People with Disabilities
Eileen Casey is an Account Executive for WCAX.  She is a person with a disability who lost her leg to cancer.
Eileen Casey
Eileen Casey is the an Account Executive for WCAX. She is a person with a disability who lost her leg to cancer. Eileen is a member of the Governor's Committee for the Employment of People with Disabilities(GCEPD).
Todd Thompson who is a driver for Bond Auto in Shelburne.  He has PTSD.
Todd Thompson
Todd Thompson who is a driver for Bond Auto in Shelburne. He has PTSD.
Fred Jones, the Director of the Vermont Division of the Fred Jones is the Director of the Division of theBlind and Visually Impaired.  Fred is blind and uses assistive technology in his job.
Fred Jones
Fred Jones, the Director of the Vermont Division of the Fred Jones is the Director of the Division of theBlind and Visually Impaired. Fred is blind and uses assistive technology in his job.
Kevin Stuttard, responsible for inventory control at Bond Auto in Shelburne.  Kevin is affected with brain trauma and epilepsy and a partial hip and shoulder replacement from automobile accident.
Kevin Stuttard
Kevin Stuttard is responsible for inventory control at Bond Auto in Shelburne. Kevin is affected with brain trauma and epilepsy and a partial hip and shoulder replacement from automobile accident.
Paul Crilly, producer of the evening news on WCAX.  Paul is a person with a disability, in his case a degenerative muscle disease.
Paul Crilly, Producer WCAX
Paul is the Producer of the evening News on WCAX. He is a person with a disability, in his case a degenerative muscle disease.
Thomas Sherman who is a driver for Bond Auto in Shelburne.  He is a person with a disability as he has Temporal lobe epilepsy.
Thomas Sherman
Thomas Sherman who is a driver for Bond Auto in Shelburne. He is a person with a disability as he has temporal lobe epilepsy.

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Welcome to the Governor's Committee on the Employment of People with Disabilities (GCEPD).

We are a mandated group of volunteers with a broad range of personal and professional experience who are passionate about employment opportunities for all.

Our mission is to:

  1. Advise the Governor on current issues pertaining to the employment of people with disabilities in our State;
  2. Promote relationships among business, government, and service providers to expand opportunities for the employment of people with disabilities;
  3. Increase awareness of the abundant talent of an underutilized pool of valuable potential employees; and,
  4. Inform employers about the benefits of hiring people with disabilities and of the availability of assistive technologies for supporting successful employment.

 

To learn more contact the Executive Coordinator, Neal Meier at 802-279-1373 and neal.meier@myunion.edu.