Barbara joined ATRC in September 1993. As Executive Director, she oversees and ensures the evaluation and effectiveness of all programs, services, and activities of the agency and works with the Board of Directors to develop and implement short and long range goals, policies, and programs. She is an internationally and nationally recognised advocate for persons with disabilities and employs a knowledgeable and assertive leadership style to accomplish the goals and objectives of numerous projects. She is responsible for drafting Hawaii’s Warranty Act, which protects purchases of assistive technology in the State, the implementation of administration policy through the legislature that establishes that all state departments must include assistive technology language in all appropriate policies. She is also a consultant to various state departments and legislators on disability and assistive technology issues.
You can reach Barbara at (808) 532-7112 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monty Anderson-Nitahara has been a resident of Hawaii for nearly thirty years, and he has a MA in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and a law degree from the William S. Richardson School of Law. He is currently on the Governor’s Disability Communication Access Board. He is an advocate for civil rights, disability rights, and animal welfare.
You can reach Monty at (808) 532-7111 or email@example.com.
Lanh Nguyen has extensive training and experience in community planning and social services. She received her doctorate from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, focusing on community planning and development. She is passionate about empowering individuals with disabilities to build healthy, productive, and resilient lives. She has over 20 years working for international agencies, the non-profit sector, the public sector, and communities on an array of social and community planning issues and service matters.
You can reach Lanh at (808) 532-7113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.