Laura Maudsley has over 12 years’ experience in tribal vocational rehabilitation (TVR) as a vocational rehabilitation counselor, program director, and program consultant. She has managed the day-to-day operations of two (2) different inter-tribal vocational rehabilitation programs, hired, supervised and trained staff, written funded program proposals, developed a program procedure manual, performed TVR external evaluations and served on national committees. Experience outside of TVR has included additional grant writing for various federal agencies, evaluation of workforce programs, writing grant reports and planning training and conferences. She has worked at the Northwest Indian College since 2011 in various capacities, including revising the College’s Institutional Review Board manual, managing programs and writing grants. In her free time, Laura enjoys traveling, hiking, and reading.
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Dr. Elizabeth Boland, PhD, CRC, is a Professor and the Rehabilitation Counseling (RC) Academic Program Director at Western Washington University. After receiving her Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr. Boland worked as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for the State of Nebraska for three years. In addition to a general caseload, she was the liaison with the local rehabilitation hospital and was actively involved on the rehabilitation team for both the inpatient and outpatient programs. The caseload at the rehabilitation hospital primarily consisted of individuals with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, stroke, and multiple sclerosis.
Upon completing her doctoral degree in Rehabilitation Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr. Boland joined the faculty at the University of Florida’s Department of Rehabilitation Counseling. During her 4½ years at UF, she taught undergraduate courses in Rehabilitation Services, graduate courses in Rehabilitation Counseling, and doctoral courses in Rehabilitation Science.
Dr. Boland joined the MA in Rehabilitation Counseling Program at Western Washington University as faculty and the Academic Program Director in December, 2004. Dr. Boland’s research interests are (a) rehabilitation counseling education, (b) return-to-work for individuals with significant disabilities, and (c) professional leadership.
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McKenzie is in charge of all student relations and registration processes. As such, she is the primary contact for all current and prospective program participants, and runs the TVR Institute newsletter and website. She is honored to work with tribal communities in both the vocational rehabilitation and educational domains. She received her BA in Linguistics, as well as a TESOL certificate, from Western Washington University, and her MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. In her free time, McKenzie enjoys traveling abroad, cooking, and reading.
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