GOVERNOR'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON CAREERS IN THE ARTS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

Frances Hughes Glendening, Honorary Chair

Rob McQuay, Chair (chosen by Governor)

Appointed by Governor: James J. Backas; Carol Ann Baglin; Fred M. Beam; Robin L. Boyd; Jennifer Brown; Tanya D. Callahan; Carol K. Clulee; Ronald Coleman; Willy Conley; Diane K. Coughlin; Hugh G. Gallagher; Nathaniel K. Gibbs; Davina G. Hill; Paul T. Holland; Daphne R. Hull; Jean Jackson; Donna L. Jacobs, Esq.; Tim McCarty; Sharron D. McFarland; J. Weldon Norris; Michael Patton; Suzanne Richard; Juanita Rockwell; Linda L. S. Schulte; Joel Snyder; Michael B. Styer; James L. Tucker, Jr.; Donna R. Washington; Ralph Welsh; Carol White; Pamela Ybarra-Cressman.

Staff: Robert P. Shaffer

c/o Office of Special Projects
Dept. of Business & Economic Development
300 West Preston St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 767-4712
e-mail: rshaffer@mdbusiness.state.md.us
fax: (410) 767-6967

In April 1998, the Governor's Advisory Committee on Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities was created by the Governor. The Committee's charge is to recommend ways to increase access to careers in the arts for individuals with disabilities. The Committee is examining the career opportunities in the arts for people with disabilities and identifying the barriers and obstacles to those careers.

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