In partnership with the American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR), Relias is excited to release the second edition of its DSP Survey Report on Tuesday, July 6, 2021. The 2021 DSP Survey Report dives deeper into themes uncovered in the 2019 survey, while also taking into consideration the impacts COVID-19 had on DSPs and IDD services.
Register for our upcoming webinar, The 2021 DSP Survey Report: Key Findings on DSP Satisfaction, Engagement, and Retention, on Thursday, July 8 at 2 PM ET to hear Relias and ANCOR experts share:
Kate McNulty joined ANCOR in October, 2018, as the Director of Business Development, to direct the corporate partnership program. She has worked in the field of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities services and supports for the past 30+ years. Kate began her career as a teacher for middle and high school students with significant behavioral and emotional disabilities in self-contained classrooms. After earning a master’s degree, she went on to join a national provider organization, holding positions of increasing responsibility, including Executive Director. Kate then lead the North Carolina State Mental Health Licensure survey team for the Western half of the state, building a new survey team mid-state along the way. Afterwards, she joined Scioto Properties, the largest provider of real estate for people with disabilities, where she served as their Director of Strategic Alliances for the past 12 years. Kate holds a B.S. in Special Education from East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, and an M.Ed. in Counselor Education from North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Arlene holds well over a decade of experience in IDD services. She has served in clinical coordination and oversight of IDD services, as well as Administration. She has experience in managing contracts and billable services with MCO’s and other payers, overseeing Quality Improvement processes, working with CQL accreditation requirements, and direct responsibility in leading teams with more than 150 employees rolling up to her direct supervision. She has also served on the board of the NC Provider Association over the last several years.
Nellie Galindo received her Masters of Social Work and Masters of Science in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has worked with individuals with disabilities in several different settings, including working as a direct service provider for individuals with mental illness and leading a youth program for young adults with disabilities. She has facilitated and created trainings for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the areas of self-advocacy, healthy relationships, sexual health education, and violence and abuse prevention. Nellie has worked in state government assisting individuals with disabilities obtain accessible health information in their communities, as well as utilizing the Americans with Disabilities Act to ensure equal access to healthcare services.