Alumna Receives Recognition for ALTP Inspired Project
Aimee Voth Siebert (ALTP 2014) recently shared with RIHEL about some recognition she received for the leadership project that she seeded in her ALTP.
…[my RIHEL] leadership project is now blossoming in new and unexpected ways! The project (mapping community inclusion indicators) received a very humbling recognition from the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) National Network as a “promising practice” in emergency management that is inclusive of people with disabilities. …I thought it was high time that I reconnected, and added a story to the many others you have about how RIHEL is an empowering program that can do great things.
Thank you for sharing your news with us, Aimee. We are delighted to add your story to our collection. Congratulations on the recognition of your project and all of the great things that YOU are doing!
(Image: Aimee presenting her project poster at a National Association of County and City Health Officials Conference.)
Aime Voth Siebert is a Disaster Behavioral Health Specialist and the Community Inclusion Coordinator for the Colorado Office of Emergency Preparedness & Response at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.